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News Release  

April 15, 2010
CONTACT: Keyneica Jones
Management Analyst
Economic Development Department

City to Host More Foreclosure Prevention Workshops

The City of Moreno Valley is sponsoring a series of five free foreclosure prevention events in an effort to help Moreno Valley residents reduce their risk of home foreclosure. Following several successful workshops held last year that drew more than 700 people, the new series will run from the end of April through June at locations throughout the community. Workshops will be held at varying times and locations to provide a variety of opportunities to help accommodate residents’ schedules. Dates and locations include:

  • Monday, April 26: 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Vista Heights Middle School, 23049 Old Lake Road
  • Saturday, May 8: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Butterfield Elementary School, 13400 Kitching Street
  • Saturday, May 22: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Badger Springs Middle School, 24750 Delphinium Avenue
  • Monday, June 7: 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Valley View High School, 13135 Nason Street
  • Saturday, June 26: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Moreno Valley Conference & Recreation Center, 14075 Frederick Street

Workshop presenters include representatives from the Homeownership Education Learning Program (HELP), the Fair Housing Council of Riverside County, Springboard, and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Speakers will provide information and resources to help residents evaluate their specific situations in seeking to avoid foreclosure. Workshop attendees will be able to speak directly to housing counseling agencies and lenders. Workshop topics include:

Can my home be saved from foreclosure?
Loan modification, short sale, and foreclosure processes
Avoiding foreclosure prevention scams
Federal foreclosure prevention programs

Several lenders will be on-site to meet one-on-one with homeowners to expedite the loan modification or short sale processes. Spanish translation will be available.

For a list of what to bring, participating lenders, or general information, call the Neighborhood Preservation Division of the Economic Development Department at 951.413.3450 or e-mail Resource links related to foreclosure prevention are available at