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March 18, 2009
JP Morgan Chase opens center for struggling borrowers Friday

 It's been a long time coming for borrowers struggling with mortgages from Washington Mutual, JPMorgan Chase and EMC. But Chase is finally opening one of its 24 U.S. regional centers for personal one-on-one loan counseling and workouts on Friday in Sacramento.
Chase is opening another on Thursday in Stockton at 400 E. Main St. (209) 460-2450.

Customer hours at both locations will be 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday. Saturday hours are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Here are the news releases from Chase announcing the centers:

Chase Amplifies Foreclosure Prevention Efforts in Sacramento

Advisors will work face-to-face to help keep families in their homes

WHAT:   Chase officially opens its Sacramento Homeownership Center, one of four new homeownership centers in Northern California to help families struggling with their mortgage payments.  Chase plans to have nine centers in California to help borrowers who have a home loan serviced by Chase, Washington Mutual or EMC - all now part of JPMorgan Chase. It will have 24 centers around the country by the end of March.

WHO:    Chase home loan executive Cynthia Thompson and community partners that focus on homeownership preservation

WHEN:   Friday, March 20, 2009

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

WHERE:  Chase Homeownership Center

1950 Arden Way

Sacramento, CA 95815

(916) 567-5340

The other California facilities are Sacramento, Oakland, Santa Clara, Glendale, Santa Ana, Rancho Cucamunga, Downey and La Mesa/San Diego.  Other cities for Homeownership Centers include Aventura, Miami, Fort Meyers, Orlando and Tampa, Florida, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Detroit, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Denver, Chicago and Las Vegas.

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