Paterson Pumps More Money Toward Fighting Foreclosures
In total, $21.2 million was given to foreclosure prevention programs in 2008
Gov. David A. Paterson announced Friday the government will pour $2.3 million dollars more into a program aimed at helping foreclosure victims around New York.
The newest grant will be provided to non-profit agencies for homeownership assistance and foreclosure prevention counseling, advocacy, and legal services.
The $2.3 million is in addition to the 53 awards totaling $21.2 million were allocated by the Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) in 2008 under the New York State Subprime Foreclosure Prevention Services Program.
Published at 4:39 PM EST on Jan 2, 2009 | Updated at 4:18 PM EST on Jan 26, 2009