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Financial Power

Your personal ability to manage your financial goals, now and into the future.

This program is a series of 4 group sessions followed by individual client-driven and one-on-one sessions.  You will set a plan to achieve your financial goals.

How well do you manage your finances/money?
What is your relationship/behavior with money?
How satisfied are you with your financial goals?
Do you know your personal challenges regarding your money habits and reaching financial goals?

You Have Goals.  We Can Help.

Neighborworks® Southern Mass, in partnership with HarborOne Bank, is pleased to offer individual and group coaching for anyone desiring to achieve personal financial goals, such as:

  • Credit improvement (increasing score/eliminating debt)
  • Increased savings (for home purchase, college fund, other major purchases, etc.)
  • Better understanding and use of formal financial services, such as checking, savings and borrowing.

 

Click here to see a calendar of upcoming classes and to enroll

 

j-11Please contact Joe Madaio
at 617-770-2227, ext. 45 for more information.

Contact Me For Foreclosure and Financial Counseling Information

Cindy Pendergast

Trouble With the Mortgage? We Can Help.

Jon Wu first came to NeighborWorks® Southern Mass in January of 2009, after attending one of our foreclosure clinics. At that time, he was struggling to make his mortgage payments because he was out of work with medical issues. His wife had also lost her job. Working with NWSOMA staff member, Joe Madaio, Jon began to understand the paperwork required to request a mortgage modification from his lender. He also worked hard with Joe to be persistent in several submissions of the paperwork to his lender and was finally able to get some relief on his mortgage with his first modification. In 2011, Jon was struggling again, this time with a different lender when his mortgage was sold. His disability became permanent and his wife was out of work for the second time. Again, working with Joe through multiple submissions of paperwork, the lender asking for more and different financial information each time, he was able to secure a lower payment for a period of time. Eventually, that became a permanent change in the mortgage with the payment at a level that Jon can sustain.
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