Mortgage Payment Assistance
- Mortgage Payment Assistance
For members who may be experiencing difficulty making their ABE Federal Credit Union mortgage payments:
Life can present challenges from time to time. But by addressing the issues and working together, you may have options to avoid foreclosure.
ABE Federal Credit Union has implemented a modification program for loans on our members’ primary residences in an effort to keep qualified members in their homes.
- Temporary Mortgage Modification
In order to apply for a temporary mortgage modification, we will need to obtain certain information from you regarding your current household income and expenses. You must submit a hardship request letter detailing the nature of your financial hardship and answer the specific questions outlined in the “Hardship Requirements Letter”.
Then please submit the following to the credit union:
- Your hardship request letter detailing your current situation
- If you were recently laid off, provide supporting documents and your application for unemployment. If already receiving unemployment, your last two unemployment payment stubs
- If self-employed, a copy of your last Federal tax return, a YTD Profit and Loss Balance Sheet listing assets and liabilities, plus 12 months of business bank statements
- Current evidence of in-force insurance coverage on the property
- If you are delinquent on any Real Estate Property Taxes, include the amount you owe
- If you are delinquent on any Homeowners Association Fees, include the amount you owe
- A valid physical home address; email address and phone/cell number where we can reach you
Please be aware that after receipt of your hardship request, additional information and/or documentation may be required.
Call American Broadcast Employees Federal Credit Union
Toll free: 888-664-1263
Hours (EST): Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm
NMLS ID: 615164
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HUD Certified Housing Counseling
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (or HUD) is a U.S. government agency that increases homeownership and supports home buyers. HUD offers free or low-cost counseling throughout the country. You can locate a HUD-certified housing counseling agency by calling toll-free: 800-569-4287.