Monday, January 25, 2010

Dealing with Foreclosed homes in your neighborhoods

The Crime Tracker 3 Team knows that the Foreclosure Crisis has changed neighborhoods, and not for the better. An empty home can become a magnet for crime. If you have a particular situation that you think should be on the news, contact us. Metro also knows foreclosures create problems, and that's why Metro is sponsoring an event for the public this weekend.
The following is a news release from LVMPD.
 The LVMPD recognizes that many valley neighborhoods have undergone numerous changes due to the current economic challenges faced by many homeowners. Whether you are faced with losing your home or are in a neighborhood where some residents have already moved away, there are some services and options for you as a homeowner and as a neighbor.
In response to these concerns, the LVMPD is offering an afternoon of information for community members. Participants available to offer assistance include LVMPD Crime Prevention, Old Republic Title Company, real estate law attorneys, loan modification representatives, and mortgage lenders. While there are many sources of information available regarding the foreclosure crisis and the impact on communities, this afternoon of information is offered to provide discussion, options, and assistance with related concerns.

The seminar will take place on Saturday, January 30, 2010. The information is free, however seating is limited to the first 60 people. Seating begins at 2:45 p.m. and the program will take place from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The seminar will be held at the Tarkanian Middle School in the auditorium. The school is located at 5800 W. Pyle Avenue Las Vegas, NV 89141.

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