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Quality Loan Service Corporation of Washington is offering the following 3rd party links to assist our clients during the foreclosure process.

By accessing one of these links, you will be leaving Quality Loan Service Corporation of Washington's website and entering in a website hosted by another party. The content of such third party sites is not within our control and we cannot and will not take responsibility for the information or content thereon. Therefore, please be advised that you will no longer be under the protection of, or subject to, the privacy and security policies of our company. Please review the site’s privacy policy, as well as their terms of use.


Department of Housing And Urban Development (HUD) - Home Page

This page provides a summary of programs to assist homeowners who are at risk of foreclosure and otherwise struggling with their monthly mortgage payments.

If you wish to contact a HUD (Dept. of Housing & Urban Development) certified counselor in your area, please call (800) 569-4287.

Fannie Mae Foreclosure Assistance - Home Page

If your loan is owned by Fannie Mae, go here to learn about options to help you get back on track and avoid foreclosure.

Tips for Avoiding Mortgage Modification Scams

This document outlines some basic precautionary measures that will help you avoid Mortgage Modification scams.

Federal Trade Commission

This site contains a publication designed to educate homeowners on mortgage foreclosure rescue scams and also offers contact information for those who may have already fallen victim to a scam.

You may report a foreclosure rescue scam or mortgage modification scam to the FTC through the website above or by calling 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357).


Oregon State Foreclosure Help - Home Page

This website provides information and resources to help homeowners prevent foreclosure, avoid scams, and better understand the foreclosure process.

Oregon Foreclosure Avoidance Program


Washington State Foreclosure Mediation Program - Home Page

The Washington State Mediation Program provides Washington homeowners facing foreclosure the opportunity to be referred by a housing counselor or attorney to mediation with their lender to review available options to keep their home. The Foreclosure Fairness Program is run by the Washington Department of Commerce: http://www.commerce.wa.gov/building-infrastructure/housing/foreclosure-fairness/

Washington State Foreclosure Help - Home Page