Financial Education Workshops
GPUL Homebuyers Education Workshops provide information on the steps necessary to obtain homeownership, with workshops that teach participants how to clear up/dispute credit issues and develop a successful financial plan to begin the process of saving for a down payment and closing costs. Please contact us for more information.
Foreclosure Prevention Counseling
GPUL Foreclosure Prevention Counseling provides advice on how families can avoid foreclosure. If you’re struggling to pay your mortgage or falling behind on payments, our foreclosure prevention counselors may be able to help. Contact us to speak with a counselor now.
Loan Modification Scam Alert
If you’re worried about keeping your home, AVOID anyone that asks for a FEE IN ADVANCE, GUARANTEES that they’ll stop a foreclosure or modify a loan or tells you to STOP PAYING your mortgage company and to pay them instead. Know the signs. Get the facts. Call us at the GPUL at 602-254-5611 to report a scam or click the button below to learn more.
The Greater Phoenix Urban League (GPUL) is a HUD approved housing agency recognized for excellence in providing housing education programs around the valley. GPUL has partnered with the city of Phoenix and the state of Arizona to implement the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) and the National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling program (NFMC) to assist distressed homeowners. GPUL strives to help local families secure safe, comfortable, affordable housing. Our first time Homebuyer education workshops are offered at the GPUL office on a regular basis, as well as online through eHome America.
GPUL Performs the Following Services
1) Foreclosure Prevention 2) First Time Homebuyer Education 3) Supportive Housing Services
We help those in need to secure and maintain their housing. Our supportive housing services are rooted in the core belief that stable housing is essential for success. We provide services aimed at providing housing stability to low income seniors and families who may experience increased barriers to housing, such as:
- Low and Extremely Low Income
- Domestic Violence and/or History or Sex Trafficking
- Previous Criminal History
- Separated Families
- Previous Poor Credit History
- Unemployed or Underemployed
We provide the following services to help these populations attain and maintain their housing.
ON-SITE RESIDENT SERVICE COORDINATION
Our HUD-certified housing counselors and resident service coordinators provide on-site supportive services at a number of Low Income Tax Credit (LIHTC) affordable housing communities throughout the Valley of the Sun.