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Pr. William communities to get $30 million for housing pilot

By Jeremy Borden. Millions in funding for a housing pilot program that would go toward restoring communities affected by the 2008 foreclosure crisis in Prince William County will be promised by two major financial institutions and a Virginia housing agency Monday, according to Virginians Organized for Interfaith Community Engagement.

Prince William suffered more than 20,000 foreclosures during the housing market collapse and was the hardest hit locality in Virginia, according to the coalition of interfaith groups, which has organized around housing issues in the county. Read more about Pr. William communities to get $30 million for housing pilot

Community Fights Ruin From Foreclosures

 

CNN's Tom Foreman looks at the efforts of VOICE, a group in Virginia fighting to keep people in their homes.  3/28/2013. Read more about Community Fights Ruin From Foreclosures

Community Fights Ruin From Foreclosures

When the housing crisis came, no community was hit harder than Georgetown South. Tom Foreman looks at the efforts of VOICE, a group in Virginia fighting to keep people in their homes. Read more about Community Fights Ruin From Foreclosures

Foreclosure Fraud Settlement: $3.5M for Virginia

Virginia will receive $3.5 million as part of a lawsuit settlement with financial institutions in the now infamous "robo-signing" of foreclosure documents. Some Virginians hope the state will use the money to help areas affected by foreclosures. The Rev. Clyde Ellis, clergy leader with VOICE (Virginians Organized for Interfaith Community Engagement), was part of a team of more than 30 "citizen investigators" who uncovered many potentially fraudulent foreclosure documents in Prince William County, he said. Read more about Foreclosure Fraud Settlement: $3.5M for Virginia

Highlights from 2012

A brochure with VOICE's accomplishments from 2012 and strategic priorities for 2013-2014 Read more about Highlights from 2012

Oct 1st Action - Commitments from Bank & Elected Officials

A list of commitments made at the October 1st Bank & Foreclosure Accountability Action Read more about Oct 1st Action - Commitments from Bank & Elected Officials

Fighting Foreclosures in Prince William County

More than 700 people in desperate need of help packed a church in Prince William County Oct. 1 to share stories of struggle and demand help from banks. News4's Jim Rosenfield reports. Watch the video at the link below. Read more about Fighting Foreclosures in Prince William County

Un rayo de esperanza después de la crisis

Iniciar de nuevo, puede ser un termino muy positivo, pero para cientos de familias como es el caso de Adriana Vallenas que vive en el condado de Prince William County, VA que perdió su casa en el 2008, no ha sido una tarea fácil, ya que por razones de crédito no ha logrado reponerse de lo que le causo la crisis de la vivienda.

Foreclosure Activist Group Submits Demands to Banks

WOODBRIDGE, Va. -- While recent signs show that the housing market might be on the way to recovery, reverberations surrounding the 2007 bursting of the so called “Housing Bubble” continue to reverberate. According to Virginians Orga­nized for Interfaith Community Engagement, or VOICE, Prince William County was the hardest hit jurisdiction in Virginia with roughly 20,000 foreclosures. Read more about Foreclosure Activist Group Submits Demands to Banks

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