Mortgage Foreclosure Dispute Resolution Program
The Mortgage Foreclosure Dispute Resolution (MFDR) program provides an opportunity for owner-occupants of residential property in non-judicial foreclosure to meet face-to-face with their lenders to modify their loans or to work out a payment plan within three months. The program is established and administered by the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs – Office of Administrative Hearings (DCCA-OAH) with assistance from the Judiciary.
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Frequently asked questions
1. I have a lot of debt – who can help me?
If you have more than $10,000 in unsecured debt or struggling to pay that unsecured debt in addition to your mortgage, you should contact Consumer Credit Counseling Services of Hawaii.
2. I am considering bankruptcy to address my mortgage challenges – who can help me?
You should contact Consumer Credit Counseling Services of Hawaii.
3. I am in a distressed financial situation due to a foreclosure rescue scam or dishonest lending practices – can you help me?
If you are intending to pursue legal action regarding your situation, you should contact Legal Aid Society of Hawaii. If you are only looking for assistance to work with your lender and understand your options to avoid foreclosure, any of the non-profit organizations listed on the website link provided below can assist you. We would still recommend reporting the scam through www.loanscamalert.org
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