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Crenshaw to Host Home Ownership and Foreclosure Prevention Event

crenshaw-post1Congressman Ander Crenshaw has announced  that he will host a homeownership promotion and foreclosure prevention workshop on Saturday, February 20 from 10 a.m. to noon in the Grand Banquet Hall at the University Center at UNF.

The session is free and open to the public, and attendees are encouraged pre-register by filling out contact information on the special events section of the Congressman's web site (www.crenshaw.house.gov) under constituent services.

“Homeownership is a vital part of the American dream, but with it comes serious responsibility and significant obligation,” said Crenshaw. “Unfortunately, the recent economic downturn has left many with questions about buying a home and others with difficulty making their mortgage payments. This workshop will put them in touch with representatives from government agencies, legal counselors, and non-profit organizations that have helpful information on how to move forward. I strongly encourage those who are looking to purchase a first home, having difficulty making a mortgage payment or facing foreclosure to attend.”

The “open press” portion of the program will begin at 10 a.m. with remarks from Congressman Crenshaw who will introduce representatives from the participating organizations: the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Jacksonville Urban League, WealthWatchers,  Jacksonville Legal Aid, and Three Rivers Legal Services.

The “closed press” portion will follow where participants will be able to meet one-on-one with participating agencies and have their questions and concerns addressed.

Those interested in attending can also feel free to contact Nathan Riska in Congressman Crenshaw’s Jacksonville office at 904-598-0481.

5 Responses »

  1. This is the type of thing that denotes a good Representative.

  2. Guess his primary challenge is starting to sink in as the election approaches.

    • Jim,
      Ander Crenshaw is an absentee congressman. The only time we see him is in an election year. Because of the gerrymandering of his district, he does not even have to work that hard then.

      He has been in office for near 5 terms, he was named to the "obscure caucus" for a reason.