Florida’s key foreclosure prevention program is dedicating $25 million to help seniors who are in danger of losing their homes after taking out a reverse mortgage.
The plan, named the Elderly Mortgage Assistance Program, is scheduled to begin in August. It is part of the state’s $1 billion Hardest Hit Fund, which is overseen by the Florida Housing Finance Corporation.
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