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HUSL Fair Housing Clinic Announces Seminar on Preventing Foreclosures

In conjunction with its ongoing community outreach and educational activities, the Fair Housing Clinic at the Howard University School of Law will hold a seminar on preventing foreclosures on Thursday, March 22, 2007, from 6 PM till 7:30 PM at the Law School, Houston Hall room 4 (Van Ness campus). Refreshments will be served.

In this age of rising foreclosures, the Howard University School of Law’s Fair Housing Clinic presents a unique and timely seminar: “Foreclosure Questions.” This seminar is an effort to educate the public on how to prevent foreclosures now and in the future.

Just recently, due to rising numbers of bad mortgages numerous well known mortgage companies folded because of risky, high priced loans they had sold. The number of individual foreclosures overall is increasing in the United States and these statistics are not different in the Washington, D.C. area as well.

If you are in trouble with your mortgage and you would like to keep your home, this seminar is for you. If you are thinking of purchasing a home, this seminar is for you as well as you begin the important process of securing a loan which will pay for your home.

The Fair Housing Clinic at Howard University School of Law is dedicated to advocating on behalf of the public on issues of housing and fair housing. Click here for directions. To RSVP and for more information, contact:

  Brian Gilmore

  Clinical Supervising Attorney & Adjunct Professor

  Howard University School Fair Housing Clinic

  202-806-8082

  bgilmore@law.howard.edu