Will Update Attendees on New Programs Available to Help those Facing Foreclosure or Mortgage Issues
AG Horne to attend Annual Midvale Neighborhood Association Picnic
5775 S. Oak Tree,
Tomorrow, Saturday October 26, 2013,
AG Horne visit: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Picnic time: 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
With the release of the national mortgage settlement funds, the Attorney General’s Office has created a number of new programs to help families facing foreclosure on their homes, may have late payments due to unemployment or underemployment, or may even be the victims of fraud.
The Midvale Neighborhood is an area especially hard hit by the past five years of recession. Attorney General Tom Horne will spend the time at the Midvale Park picnic to talk about the new programs, under the campaign “Help You Can Trust,” and meet with homeowners and their families.
The Attorney General will speak at 1 PM.
The annual Midvale Park picnic offers families a fun day filled with jumping castles, Eegees, food, music, and visits from local and state officials.
Partners in the event include Pima County, the Tucson Police Department, The Manor at Midvale, the Midvale-Valencia Self Storage, the Midvale Park RV & Self Storage, the Tucson Unified School District and many others.
For more information about “Help You Can Trust” visit www.azag.gov/azmortgageresource. People with questions regarding the mortgage settlement or who wish to file a consumer complaint can visit our website at www.azag.gov/foreclosure, contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 602-542-1797 or 1-855-256-2834 (outside Phoenix area). An overview describing the AGO's mortgage related activities since the mortgage settlements were announced last year is available at www.azag.gov.