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ESOP is a non-profit HUD-approved housing counseling agency. Our mission is to foster the economic empowerment of disenfranchised communities through outreach, education and advocacy. ESOP has four offices across Ohio committed to helping urban, suburban and rural homeowners.For information call 1-877-731-ESOP.

ESOP tiene consejeras que hablan Español en sus Officinas que estan localizadas en Cleveland. Los propietarios de vivienda fuera de Cuyahoga que necesiten servicios en Español, favor de llamar al número gratuito: 877-731-ESOP (3767). 

Empowering and Strengthening Ohio's People                                 7000 Euclid Ave., Suite 203 Cleveland, OH 44103                       216-361-0718

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News & Events

 
More Than $1Million in Foreclosure Help for Homeowners in July

July 29, 2014

Foreclosure prevention counselors at Empowering and Strengthening Ohio’s People’s Warren office helped more than 50 homeowners save their homes from foreclosure in July alone, totaling more than $1 million dollars in assistance.

 

Kaleidoscope

July 6, 2014

ESOP Executive Director Roslyn Quarto is a featured guest on Newschannel 5's Kaleidoscope program and discusses the various free services provided to help people facing foreclosure.
Clinton Global Initiative

June 25, 2014

ESOP Announces Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action to Save Seniors’ Homes from Property Tax Foreclosure. Innovative program is aimed at helping low-income seniors pay off delinquent property taxes and receive free financial counseling to stabilize their finances.




Protecting Elderly From Financial Abuse

June 19, 2014

CFPB releases guide to protecting residents of long-term care facilities from financial exploitation.




Zillow: 9.7 Million Homes Still Underwater

May 19, 2014

The nation's most affordable homes also the most likely to be underwater.

Protecting Elderly Ohioans from Abuse and Neglect

May 13, 2014

Neglect and abuse of the elderly is underreported and underaddressed, the number of elderly Ohioans is increasing sharply, and a growing share of the elderly will be cared for in their homes instead of institutions. 



 

 

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National Community Reinvestment Coalition  Community Shares

 

 

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