Mortgage holders will be able to sit down face-to-face with a Bank of America specialist to discuss their current situation and any loan assistance options that may be available. Local non-profits will also be on-site including housing counselors who can help with financial counseling, and budgeting.
This is a free event and complimentary parking will be available at the Gwinnett Center.
Bank of America is holding these events around the country in an effort to discuss home loan and assistance solutions—including loan modification options—that may be available.
Bank of America customers can register for the event by going online to or call1.855.201.7426 (this is a toll-free number). Appointments are available from 8:00 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. daily.
You are required to bring specific documents with you in order to sit down with a counselor. Visit the website for more info. "
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