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Keep Your Home: Getting Mortgage Help

Are you facing foreclosure? Do you understand the foreclosure options? Did you know that you have options to help you stay in your home?

Take Root Milwaukee provide free and confidential resources to help you stay in your home through our trusted participants:

  • There is never a charge for foreclosure counseling
  • It is always confidential and free of charge
  • Foreclosure counseling is not reported to any credit reporting agency and will not impact your credit score

The Take Root Milwaukee Hotline (414-921-4149) connects you with non-profit housing counselors who can provide information on your options when facing foreclosure. This testimonial video featuring a client from one of Take Root Milwaukee's counseling agencies will give you a glimpse at how a housing counselor can help you with your mortgage situation.

If you are in any of the following situations, we encourage you to call the Take Root Milwaukee Hotline at 414-921-4149:

  • If you have not yet missed a mortgage payment but are concerned that you may miss future payments
  • If you are already behind on the payments
  • If you have received a notice of foreclosure
  • If you are having trouble communicating with your mortgage lender

Freddie Mac’s video series, “Get the Facts on Foreclosure” will educate you about the steps you need to take to keep your home and avoid foreclosure.


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The consumer information on is used with permission from Freddie Mac. Freddie Mac offers extensive, regularly updated consumer information about buying and owning a home on its website,, in the “About Homeownership” section. Freddie Mac is not responsible for content errors or omissions on

The funding source of this activity is the Milwaukee Homeownership Consortium and Freddie Mac.