A one-stop page of available federal foreclosure prevention assistance programs.
Call 888-995-HOPE (4673) for free, comprehensive foreclosure assistance and housing counseling services around-the-clock.
Browse the homeowner help section of HUD, the government agency that oversees home mortgage lending practices.
A list of housing assistance programs available to Tennessee homeowners.
Tennessee Hardest Hit Fund
If you’re an unemployed or significantly underemployed Tennessee homeowner and are struggling to pay your mortgage, you can now receive forgivable loans through the Hardest Hit Fund Program — a free U.S. Treasury program administered in Tennessee by Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) and accessible through NeighborWorks Alliance of Tennessee.
Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) administers the federal foreclosure prevention program in Tennessee under the name Keep My Tennessee Home. The program is designed for homeowners who have lost 30% or more of their income.
Other Housing Resources
THDA works to promote the production of more affordable new housing units for very low, low and moderate income individuals and families in the state and to promote the preservation and rehabilitation of existing housing units for such persons.
Housing resources from the Federal Trade Commission, including information on mortgage payments, foreclosure rescue scams, reverse mortgages, and mortgage servicing.
Information on a settlement that provides payments to certain borrowers who lost their homes to foreclosure.