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August 26, 2011

Chase opens Baltimore center for struggling borrowers

Chase, which is opening "homeownership centers" across the country to give struggling borrowers a location for face-to-face conversations, officially launched one in Baltimore Thursday. It's the first Chase homeownership center in the state, the company said.

Homeowners with mortgages serviced by Chase or EMC can meet with loan counselors at the center, at 1040 Park Avenue, Suite 210.

Some other big servicers have centers of their own. Bank of America's closest is in Alexandria, Va., which opened earlier this year.

Have you been to a loan-help center or workshop (such as Bank of America's three-day event at the Baltimore Convention Center in June)? Did it do you any good?

Posted by Jamie Smith Hopkins at 6:00 AM | | Comments (0)
Categories: Foreclosure help, The foreclosure mess

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About Jamie Smith Hopkins
Jamie Smith Hopkins, a Baltimore Sun reporter since 1999, writes about the regional economy. Her reporting on the housing market has won national and local awards. Hopkins is a Columbia native and has lived in Maryland all her life, save for 10 months spent covering schools in Ames, Iowa.
She trained to become a wonk by spending large chunks of time as a geek and an insufferable know-it-all.
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