Community Services Consortium

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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Mortgage Payment Assistance Program (MPA) is now open

Online applications to Oregon homeowners are now open for the state’s new Mortgage Payment Assistance (MPA) program at Applications for the program will be open until Jan. 14, 2011.

Community Services Consortium (CSC) has opened its intake offices in Linn and Lincoln counties to assist homeowners who have completed the online applications and to assist those who don’t have computer access.

“We are pleased to have John Cronkrite leading CSC’s part in helping Oregon homeowners with mortgage problems apply for assistance in Linn and Lincoln counties,” said Martha Lyon, Executive Director of CSC. “John, as administrator of the Mortgage Payment Assistance program and his staff are in the offices ready to help.”

CSC's MPA Offices open in Linn and Lincoln Counties
In Linn and Lincoln counties, Community Services Consortium (CSC) Mortagage Payment Assistance intake offices are open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Appointments by telephone 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Albany: MPA intake office: 250 Broadalbin Street., SW, Suite 102.
Phone (541)-981-2523
Lebanon: MPA intake office: 300 Market Street, Suite 101.
Phone (541) 570-1712
Newport: MPA intake office: 120 NE Avery Street. Phone (541) 265-2991
Benton County: for information, call Willamette Neighborhood Housing at (541) 752-7220

Program participants will be randomly selected from eligible applicants by a secure software program and notified soon after the application’s closing date. The program is not first-come, first-served. All eligible homeowners who apply within the application period will have an opportunity to receive help with their mortgage payment.

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