Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now

Irene Leary, 84, Los Angeles
Update: We have good news to report about Irene Leary’s home. After thousands of contacts by people like you, the bank has agreed to postpone the foreclosure auction by 30 days. During that time we will continue pressuring OneWest to sit down with Ms. Leary and come to a long-term solution to the situation.

Irene is just one of millions of homeowners who need you to take action now to save their homes. Please sign the letter now to help more people keep their homes.

OneWest, Litton of Goldman Sachs, HomEq of Barclays, and American Home Mortgage Servicing Inc, are four big mortgage service companies that have refused to sign on to President Obama’s program to stop foreclosures. Together, these mortgage companies are responsible for the mortgages of 2 million American families.

Fill out the form below to send letters to the CEOs of these companies asking them to sign on to “Making Home Affordable,” the president’s plan to stop the foreclosure epidemic.

April 20, 2018


To the CEO

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