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Bruce H. Levitt, Levitt & Slafkes, Discussed End Of Home Affordable Modification Program on Radio Show

On Behalf of | Apr 26, 2017 | Firm News And Events

-Levitt expects new programs in a post-HAMP world

Maplewood, NJ — Bruce H. Levitt, Managing Member, Levitt & Slafkes, P.C, was recently featured on 1450 WCTC radio to discuss the termination of the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) and foreclosures in New Jersey. The HAMP ended on December 31, 2016. New programs are beginning to form to replace HAMP.

According to Levitt, “New Jersey leads the country with foreclosures and HAMP has helped thousands of homeowners throughout the years.” He continues, “Now that the program has ended we need see what new programs will be implemented.”

Home foreclosures can happen in any area, rich or poor – no one is immune. New Jersey is a traditional foreclosures state, the court system must be involved and can take approximately a year to complete the process.

To listen to the interview in its entirety please click here. WCTC is a state-wide radio station. Bert Baron is the WCTC reporter/host who covers New Jersey news.

To speak with or set up an interview with Bruce Levitt, please contact Amy Delman, Amy Delman Public Relations, LLC, [email protected] or973-323-2953

Levitt & Slafkes P.C. is a professional and compassionate legal firm that handles bankruptcies, foreclosures, loan modifications and business litigation matters. The firm assists clients in personal and small-business bankruptcy cases as well as other debt issues.

Both Bruce Levitt and Shelley Slafkes have helped thousands with debt issues eliminate debt and save their homes. Levitt & Slafkes, P.C., is perhaps best known for their successful representation in the landmark, Kemp v. Countrywide Loans, case. This lawsuit gained national prominence in the ongoing battle to require mortgage lenders to follow the law before they can foreclose and take away a person’s home.

“We wholly understand the problems debt can cause individuals, families and small businesses and have a proven track record in solving these issues. We pride ourselves on providing high level and compassionate service to each client we represent. Our lawyers know every situation is unique and important. We fight for each client as if we are fighting for our own home and our own family.”

From getting ready to file or exploring every option, Levitt & Slafkes P.C, carefully explains the bankruptcy process so clients can understand and make informed decisions.

For more information, please contact 973-323-2953 or visit www.levittslafkes.com.