KANSAS CITY, Missouri - Hundreds of people fill downtown's Bartle Hall to get help saving thier home. The lines formed 30 minutes before the counseling sessions started.
Ten mortgage servicers are in Kansas City to give consumers answers and options to prevent foreclosure. As call for action's reported, homeowners don't get answers calling their servicer's 1-800 number.
Homeowner John Hammond said, "One said I made too much money. One said I didn't make enough money. I was just very confused. I didn't know what to do."
Lawyers and foreclosure rescue groups have sent him letters telling him they can help. But Hammon did the right thing choosing the free certified HUDcounselors for help.
The servicers are able to give answers on the spot. The event runs until 7:30 PM Wednesday. If you weren't able to make it, you can call these agencies for help.
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