TELL YOUR SENATORS TO SUPPORT SENATE BILL 61; THE HELPING FAMILIES SAVE THEIR HOMES IN BANKRUPTCY ACT OF 2009. REDUCE HOME FORECLOSURES AT NO COST TO TAXPAYERS.

 This foreclosure solution costs taxpayers NOTHING.

  

Over 6,600 American families a day are losing their homes to foreclosure.

In the next five years, over 8,000,000 American family homes

will be lost to foreclosure, unless we do something now.

If we don’t, the value of all of our homes will keep going down and our neighborhoods will suffer.

 

 

 

    

    

    

    

DON’T LET THE BANKS BLOCK SENATE BILL 61

THIS NO-COST ACTION TO

SAVE FAMILY HOMES AND OUR COMMUNITIES

AND HELP RESTORE OUR NATION’S ECONOMY

 

 

 

 

Our Senators have the opportunity to pass legislation that would allow courts 

to change bad mortgages so struggling homeowners can save their homes from foreclosure.

The result? Fewer foreclosures and more stable home prices for all of us.

 

Tell your Senators to support Senate Bill 61 – the

Helping Families Save Their Homes in Bankruptcy Act of 2009

 

 

Reduce home foreclosures at no cost to taxpayers.

 

    

Call your United States Senators toll free: 877.354.4958

Remember you will need to call two times for each Senator. 

In Texas our United States Senators are Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn.

     

AND email each of your two U.S. Senators at:

     

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The mortgage modification proposal has been endorsed by leading economists, 22 state Attorneys General, state and local elected officials, newspaper editorial boards from around the country and nearly

100 leading national organizations representing seniors, consumers, religious affiliations,

financial professionals, working families, and civil rights and housing groups.

 

Paid for by the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, Inc., a nationwide organization dedicated to protecting the rights of honest, hard-working, financially distressed Americans.

 

for more information about the bill and how you can help get it passed.

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