NOTICE OF MEETING OF THE NASH COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION AND REVIEW
PURPOSE OF THE MEETING
Pursuant n.c. g.s. 105-322 The Nash County Board of Equalization and Review will meet to hear upon request any and all taxpayers who own or control taxable property assessed for taxation in Nash County with respect to valuation of such property.
TIME AND LOCATION OF MEETING
Monday, May 4, 2015 at 11:00 am in the Commissioner’s Room located in the Nash County Office Building, 120 W. Washington Street Nashville, NC. The board will adjourn for the purpose of accepting appeals, June 1, 2015. In the event of earlier or later adjournment, notice to that effect will be published in the newspaper. All requests for hearing should be made to: Jim Wrenn, Nash County Tax Administrator, 120 W. Washington Street, Suite 2058, Nashville, NC 27856, Telephone 252-459-1222.
January 25, 2014
A federally funded program to help homeowners avoid foreclosure has helped 15,000 people in North Carolina, and still has funding to help an additional 6,000 homeowners.
The program, which is offered by the N.C. Housing Finance Agency and funded by the U.S. Department of the Treasury, makes mortgage payments for qualified unemployed workers.
Eligible homeowners can receive a zero-interest, deferred loan of up to $36,000 to pay their mortgage and mortgage-related costs for up to 36 months while they seek or are retrained for a new job. Eligible homeowners may also receive a zero-interest loan to pay off a second mortgage.
Homeowners do not need to be behind on their mortgage to apply. Before providing assistance, the N.C. Finance Agency looks at the borrower’s mortgage paument history and whether thier existing mortgage would be affordable if they found other employment.
The staewide program has been in place since late 2010. To find out more about the program, call 888-623-8631 or visit www.NCforeclosurePrevention.gov.