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The following NACA offices are closed today as a result of the approaching hurricane: Baltimore, MD Lawrence, MA Boston, MA Philadelphia, PA Washington DC (added late morning) We anticipate additional office closings over the next couple of days as the “superstorm” rages through the Northeast and we will continue to update you here as we […]
As every NACA member knows, e-mail is by far the most commonly used means for NACA and its members to communicate with each other. It is the primary means for communicating with NACA staff members in both the Home Save and Purchase Programs, plus our way of sending special notices and alerts to all our […]
Did you know that NACA has is very own weekly radio program? Join us each Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time/10:00 a.m. Pacific Time for “NACA Radio” on www.LATalkRadio.com channel two. Each week, the program looks at the latest news and developments in our nation’s continuing mortgage crisis, discusses NACA’s ongoing advocacy efforts for the […]
Hello Members and Forum Visitors, As many of you are aware, we created a new version of the NACA Forum roughly two months ago after experiencing significant problems with the old version during a system upgrade. Since that time, a phenomenon has occurred that I have to ask our Forum members and visitors to please […]
Courthouse News service reports reports that a judge has ruled “First One Lending and its president must stop claiming an affiliation” to NACA. One more predator stopped! STORY
NACA Founder and CEO Bruce Marks while taking a break from the Richmond Event talks to President Obama at his campaign kick off rally in Richmond,VA regarding the issues that struggling homeowners with government backed loans are facing and how his administration needs to work harder on fixing FHA.
We have enclosed a video of NACA’s founder and CEO getting arrested advocating for Chase homeowners at the Senate Banking Committee. Click here to view this story which is sweeping through the internet. Also to view the prior video of Dave Lowman, Chase’s CEO for Home Retention, telling homeowner’s having difficulties to “Come to Me”. […]