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March 3, 2016
Distressed California Homeowners May Qualify for California's Keep Your Home California Transition Assistance Program (TAP)
If your financially distressed California clients can no longer afford their homes and are pursuing a short sale or a deed in lieu of foreclosure, they may be eligible for financial help with their relocation to alternative housing.
The funds come from the Transition Assistance Program (TAP), part of the Keep Your Home California Program.
The state of California is providing up to $5,000 in transition assistance to qualified homeowners who can no longer afford to stay in their homes. You can help by advising your distressed clients that they must:
For qualified homeowners, these state funds may be used in addition to any other transition assistance that the homeowner may receive by participating in the Federal Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives (HAFA) program or in any other pre-offer short sale program.
To learn more about the Transition Assistance Program's guidelines, and how your clients may qualify, please visit that program's website at http://keepyourhomecalifornia.org. You can also direct your clients to call 1.888.954.5337 and identify themselves as Bank of America customers.
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If you have questions, first contact your short sale specialist (or closing officer) through Equator messaging. If there's no response after two days, escalate to the team lead.
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