Category: foreclosure

A Visit From The AG

l to r: Hilary Lamishaw (TRIP), Troy City Council President Rodney Wiltshire, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman,  I-Asia White, HomeownerPhoto by Mike McMahon, The Record NYS Attorney General Schneiderman visits TRIP and Troy At a press conference yesterday in TRIP’s building at 415 River Street, the attorney general, local elected officials, a… Read more »

Job Opening at The Homeownership Center

The TRIP NeighborWorks HomeOwnership Center is currently looking for an Intake Specialist/ Outreach Coordinator to join our team. This person will likely be a client’s first interaction with our office. The right candidate’s primary responsibility will be to effectively interview distressed clients in danger of losing their homes in a… Read more »

Homeownership Done Right

Comprehensive Standards Support “Homeownership Done Right TM“ The National Industry Standards for Homeownership Education and Counseling set criteria so consumers around the country can be confident that the housing counseling they receive from agencies that adopt the standards is high quality, comprehensive, and valuable. These Standards hold local nonprofit housing… Read more »

Thanks To Your Help, Key Housing Programs Receive Funding in NYS’ Budget

Thanks to the efforts of you — community members, elected officials, partners, and customers — in support of critical housing programs that were proposed for elimination in the state budget, the NYS Legislature recently responded by restoring funding to the Neighborhood and Rural Preservation Programs and the Foreclosure Prevention Program. Consequently,… Read more »

Come to the Housing Fair!

Prospective buyers and homeowners will want to attend the Capital Region Housing Fair on Saturday, April 28th from 10 am-2 pm at the Albany Public Library, 161 Washington Avenue in Albany.  Featured will be dozens of information booths including: Non-profit housing groups like TRIP Lenders Attorneys Housing inspectors Real estate… Read more »

You Can Help TRIP! Support the Neighborhood and Rural Preservation Programs and the Foreclosure Program

We Need Your Urgent Help…. Again! As we reported last month, the governor has eliminated all funding for the Neighborhood Preservation Program, the Rural Preservation Program and the Foreclosure Prevention Program.  TRIP and RCHR receive relatively small amounts of funding from these programs to help with basic operational expenses as well as for our full-time foreclosure… Read more »