Illinois Foreclosure Prevention Network
If you are at risk of foreclosure, or are struggling with your mortgage payments, and you want to keep your Illinois home—you're in the right place.
Governor Pat Quinn has created the Illinois Foreclosure Prevention Network as a service to Illinois residents to bring together the services and resources of various state agencies and qualified participating non-profit agencies to guide you through the process of weighing your options that could help you stay in your home.
These services are free.
The Illinois Foreclosure Prevention Network includes housing counseling agencies and other organizations that are helping thousands of Illinoisans keep their homes. This site will help you locate them in your area.
If you've faced unemployment or underemployment, you may qualify for temporary financial assistance under the Illinois Hardest Hit program. As of April 1, 2012 homeowners now only need to show that they have experienced a 20 percent drop in household income.
Nearly half of people who use foreclosure prevention services are able to keep their home [Source: Center for Housing Policy].
Get help today.
See if the recent Big 5 bank foreclosure legal settlement can help you keep your home.