Save Your Home Philly Hotline


The Save Your Home Philly Hotline serves as a central point of contact for Philadelphia homeowners at risk of foreclosure.  The Hotline provides advice, brief service, and referrals to thousands of Philadelphia homeowners each year.

Homeowners at any stage of the foreclosure process may call the Hotline for help with saving their homes.  Hotline operators ask a number questions (contact information, income, assets, facts about the mortgage), provide legal advice, and make appointments with OHCD-funded housing counseling agencies.

See also: City of Philadelphia's web site for the Save Your Home Philly Hotline

Practice Areas: Homeownership   Mortgage Foreclosure   Real Estate Taxes

Intake Procedure:

Call 215-334-HOME (4663) between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Outside of PLA's normal business hours, callers may leave a message.

Applicants may also apply online.

Eligibility Requirements:

The Save Your Home Philly Hotline assists callers without regard to income.  The Hotline only assists with properties located within Philadelphia.

Funded By: City of Philadelphia Division of Housing and Community Development

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get an appointment with a housing counselor?

If you are behind on your mortgage payments or your real estate tax payments, you may be in danger of losing your home to foreclosure.

If you are in foreclosure, or worried about foreclosure, you should meet with a housing counselor to discuss your options.

To schedule a housing counseling appointment, call the Save Your Home Philly Hotline at 215-334-4663.

Professionals

Daisy Mase - Paralegal
Madeline Pieretti - Paralegal
Margaret Robinson - Attorney

Margaret Robinson supervises the Save Your Home Philly Hotline.

Daniel Schiano - Paralegal
Ian Skahill - Paralegal
Joyce Smith - Paralegal
Emeli Torres - Paralegal