Foreclosure Help in Wisconsin

Facing foreclosure on your family home is a very difficult and challenging time for any homeowner. The good news is that there are organizations with trained and understanding employees that can help and assist you during this time. So if your mortgage is delinquent or you are struggling to make your monthly mortgage payments, please seek help and advice from one of the organizations listed below.

National Agencies

  • Obama Mortgage assistance – Making Homes Obtainable is an organization that can help you access Obama Mortgage Assistance. This is a federal program established by the Obama administration through the Department of Treasury and is available to all 50 states. It was designed to assist homeowners facing foreclosure and can help with anything from offering advice to restructuring of loans. Simply fill in the application form on the Making Homes Obtainable website and speak to a Hardship Analyst. These analysts will help you apply for the correct relief program that is suited to your specific situation. They will also put you in contact with an attorney that can assist you through the legal process.
  • Homeowner’s Hope Hotline – Homeowners facing potential foreclosure can also call the HOPE NOW toll-free at hotline at 1-888-995-HOPE (1-888-995-4673) or visit their website at  This hotline forms part of the HUD approved counselors, investors and mortgage lenders that can provide valuable information and resources to help prevent foreclosure.
  • NeighborWorks® America – NeighborWorks® is a nation-wide non-profit organization with a network of nearly 250 independent organizations focused on assisting families through financial hardship and mortgage delinquency. They collaborate with a variety of private and government partners to help homeowners prevent foreclosure with the help of certified counselors.

Have a specific question about Avoiding Foreclosure in Wisconsin? Check out our Foreclosure FAQ’s section.

State agencies

HUD Foreclosure Avoidance Counseling​ – offers counseling and advice on all matters regarding delinquency and foreclosure. This service is free of charge. Visit