Keep Your Home California is a free state-run, federally-funded program that helps low and moderate income families avoid foreclosure and maintain an affordable mortgage payment. You do not have to pay any fees to apply for assistance.
In 2010, the U.S. Department of the Treasury created the Hardest Hit Fund to provide targeted aid to homeowners in those states, including California, most affected by the housing market crash. California initially received millions of dollars to provide assistance to homeowners struggling to make their mortgage payments and established the Keep Your Home California program.
SACRAMENTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Keep Your Home California, the free mortgage-assistance program that has helped more than 81,500 homeowners, is entering its final weeks and homeowners faced
Keep Your Home California will be closed Monday in honor of # MemorialDay. Please take a few moments Monday and remember the reason for the national holiday, honoring those who have served and are currently in the service. And, of course, all of those who gave their lives to our country -- and protecting the world.
In a press release dated May 7, 2012, the California Housing Finance Agency announced changes to KYHC which will enable more homeowners to qualify for the program. These changes are being implemented with the hope that more servicers will participate in the principal reduction program, one of the four programs offered by Keep Your Home California.
Keep Your Home California. Quick Exit. Description. California"s programs help struggling homeowners with mortgages. Authored by. CA Housing Finance Agency. Access this resource here. Find a lawyer or court program based on your needs using our interactive tool.