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Are foreclosure funds still available to those people who are in trouble with their mortgages?

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My name is Joe Avrus and I am someone who can help you through the process of working to save your home from foreclosure. While some people will do everything that they can to assist your family, the process is a two-way street with the yourself, as the homeowner playing a critical part in the process. Below are some of the services that I can offer.









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