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Homeowners in Foreclosure and Flipping Houses Lists Get Fresh Start

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By : John Cutts    99 or more times read
The United Way of the Coastal Empire has collaborated with the Salvation Army to offer financial help to families in Georgia who are facing the possibility of losing their homes to flipping houses lists. The financial assistance is provided with the help of the Georgia Fresh Start Program.

People who are into buying Atlanta foreclosure homes can find a lot of choices in the area since the city and the whole state have some of the biggest supplies of foreclosed properties. This means, in consequence, that big number of homeowners have also lost their properties to foreclosures and are currently facing potential homelessness and financial distress.

With this in mind, the organizations behind the program have decided to offer a one-time monetary crisis assistance to owners of Georgia foreclosed homes and other people who are in grave financial situations. Under the effort, 900 households in various counties will be provided with as much as $3,000 of financial assistance.

Aside from households affected by foreclosures and increasing number of properties under flipping houses lists, families and individuals who are under critical situations caused by income loss and other forms of economic crises are also eligible for assistance under the program. According to the people behind the initiative, the emergency financial aid is not meant to cure the financial problems of households in the area, but it is there to provide some relief until families can get back on their feet.

For families whose properties are under lists of foreclosed homes, interrupted public utility services is quite common and the financial assistance can provide some help. The initiative is particularly targeted towards those who are facing foreclosures, eviction, problems with overdue utility fees and repossession demands.

The Georgia Fresh Start Program was the brainchild of the Department of Human Services and the United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta. It was launched in collaboration with the Salvation Army and the United Way of the Coastal Empire. The initiative is funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment of Act of 2009.

The money offered under the program is paid directly to providers or vendors to reactivate interrupted utility services and stop evictions of renters or homeowners facing possible loss of properties to foreclosure flipping houses lists lists.
John Cutts has been educated in the finer points of the foreclosure market over 5 years.

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