REBUILDING OUR NEIGHBORHOODS...
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PARTNERS WITH THE PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY NAACP
Our mission is to preserve and create wealth and stability in our communities through housing.
Our legal team trains select attorneys on the latest foreclosure prevention practices to help fight foreclosures. We are working on a comprehensive program to prevent predatory lending, promote repeat home ownership for those who lost homes during the foreclosure "massacre", and keep existing homeowners in their homes.
BUILDING STRONGER MUNICIPALITIES
Strategic Housing Solutions, Inc. helps build capacity for municipalities to create their own land banks, issue revenue bonds to support infrastructure projects and create incentives for businesses and residents to move to municipalities. Members of our team have administered HUD Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds and Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development funds.
MEET THE TEAM
Liz is the head of the Prince George's County NAACP Housing Committee. Once she discovered the mass exodus of Prince George's residents due to foreclosures, she made it her mission to fight for change.
Ms. Baker has practiced law for over a decade in DC and Maryland, with a focus on real estate. Hailing from Howard University School of Law, she has been trained to be a "social engineer" that fights for justice for all.
Lead Paralegal & Expert Witness
For over 10 years, Beth has provided attorneys with the resources they need to help fight foreclosures across the country from legal research to expert witness testimony. Beth is also a loan modification specialist.
Public Relations & Communications
Ray specializes in media strategy, publicity, public relations, media training, and crisis communications. He has more than 25 years of experience including serving as press secretary for two Maryland governors.
HOMEOWNERS IN FORECLOSURE
HOW WE HELP:
Who we are: Strategic Housing Solutions, Inc. connects attorneys and activists together to fight foreclosures.
· We are not programmed to push homeowners into loan modifications, cash for keys, deed in lieu, or short sales.
· We challenge loan servicers, lenders and law firms
· We currently do no have grant funding, so unfortunately, we have to charge the same fee for services for all income levels at this time.
What we are not: If you would simply like to modify your loan, accept cash for keys, do a deed in lieu, a short sale of your home, or you do not have the financial means to invest in legal defense, Strategic Housing Solutions is not for you. We urge you to contact a non-profit listed on www.MDHope.org. If you would like to strategize to challenge the loan servicers’ practices and even their standing to request payments from you, you are at the right place.
There are many stages of the foreclosure process:
1. Stage 1: Not in default, just fell behind, received letters, have not received Notice of Intent to Foreclose
2. Stage 2: Received Notice of Intent
3. Stage 3: Received Order to Docket
4. Stage 4: Sale Date Scheduled
5. Stage 5: Sale Date Occurred, potential eviction
6. Stage 6: Previous foreclosure; Register as a potential fraud victim
No matter what stage you are in, we have legal professional that can help you. You have to determine if having legal representation is worth to you based on your situation. Frist, fill out the questionnaire. We will review your case and respond with a plan that fits your needs. We may have one of our paralegals research your claim, have one of our attorneys negotiate with your bank's servicer or their attorneys, refer you to our litigation attorney to sue the bank for wrong-doing, or it may be a referral to a bankruptcy attorney to stop a pending sale and fight through the federal court system. Legal representation is not free, but we have pooled together committed attorneys that work together to streamline the process to ensure that each attorney will do what they do best. For the cost of 1-12 months of "mortgage payments" you will have a better chance at defending your foreclosure case, finding fraud and/or staying in your home. Fill out the questionnaire to find out how we can be of service to you.
Since July 1, 2017, Plaintiffs (i.e, Banks, Loan Servicers & Substitute Trustees) have been explicitly prohibited from filing time-barred debt claims. The time limit to collect…
July 31, 2019
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