Brian X. Foley's posts related to Foreclosure

Sen. Foley Announces Legislation to Help Vets Reclaim Homes Lost to Foreclosures

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Senator Foley Announces $50,000 Grant to Launch Foreclosure & Bankruptcy Clinic at Touro Law Center

Clinic will provide free of charge services to families in danger of losing their homes.

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Foreclosure Prevention Event Helps Hundreds of Suffolk Home Owners In Danger of Losing Their Homes

Over 300 home owners from across Suffolk County attended Senator Brian X. Foley’s Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Event held at Central Islip High School on Saturday, November 14. The event featured a plethora of major banks and mortgage servicers and home owners in danger of losing their home to foreclosure.

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Suffolk County News - Islip Bulletin: Foreclosure Funds Secured

Foley garners $50,000 for workshop at Touro Law Center

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Sen. Foley Speaks on the Passage of Landmark Mortgage Foreclosure Bill

Senator Brian X. Foley (D – Blue Point) announced the passage of landmark legislation (S. 66007) that protects homeowners across New York State from the foreclosure crisis.

Newsday: Suffolk Lawmaker Backs Bill to Fight Foreclosure Scams

By Ellen Yan 

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Sen. Foley and Touro Law Center Launch Pro-Bono Foreclosure Clinic in Central Islip

Foreclosure/Bankruptcy Law Clinic will be first of it's kind, provide free services to local communities battered by foreclosure crisis

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Senator Foley Hosts Second Successful Foreclosure Prevention Event

On Saturday, May 1st, State Senator Brian X. Foley (D – Blue Point) hosted a major foreclosure prevention event in Mastic Beach that helped hundreds of homeowners facing home foreclosure. The event, modeled after a similar one held last November in Central Islip, featured major lenders who conducted one-on-one conferences with homeowners and worked towards loan modifications as an alternative to foreclosures.

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