Are you wondering and seeking Housing Assistance and looking for help then find some Programmes and important Links for home buyers in New Jersey

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Social Security recipients receive a 1.3% Cost of Living increase (COLA) for 2021.

The Part B Medicare Premium for 2021 was set at $148.50 or higher for most participants. Some changes may apply. Please click here for Medicare link.

The New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency provides a variety of foreclosure prevention and counseling services on its Foreclosure page.

The New Jersey Housing Resource Center will help you find additional affordable housing opportunities throughout the state.

The Housing Coalition is a nonprofit corporation that provides credit counseling and home buyer assistance programs.

The Faith Fellowship Community Development Corporation is a non-profit corporation that also provides home ownership and credit counseling, as well as home buyer assistance programs.

The Central Jersey Housing Resource Center (CJHRC), formerly the Somerset County Coalition on Affordable Housing (SCCOAH) is a nonprofit corporation that provides housing opportunities and home buyer counseling in and around Somerset County, New Jersey.

The Essex Community Land Trust provides housing counseling and other services for buyers in Essex County.

For Speech & Hearing Impaired: Dial 711.
Other TRS numbers include:
1-800-229-5746(STS English)
1-866-260-9470(STS Spanish) will help you find affordable housing opportunities in other parts of the country.

HUD sponsored Housing Counseling Services provide a wide array of services throughout the State of New Jersey.

HUD sponsored information on Credit and Debt provides information on Credit Card, Credit Reports, Credit Counseling, Dealing with Debt and more.

Information regarding Predatory Lending practices is available at the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance.

You may be eligible to receive a tax refund, even if you do not pay federal taxes. The IRS has a information regarding the Earned Income Tax Credit.

Other helpful links:



NJ Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency

NJ Housing Resource Center

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