President Donald Trump ordered this Wednesday suspend until april that foreclosures and evictions de homeowners.

By MiamiDiario Newsroom

The US president did not offer further details, but the Federal Housing Finance Agency explained that the postponement of any process will be 60 days for owner with mortgages supported by state-owned companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, reports The newspaper.

According to the review of the New York media “This suspension of foreclosures and evictions allows homeowners with a company-backed mortgage to remain in their homes during this national emergency,” said FHFA Director, Mark Calabria.

“As a reminder, borrowers affected by the coronavirus who are having difficulty paying their mortgage should contact their mortgage servicer as soon as possible. Businesses are working with mortgage servicers to ensure borrowers facing hardship due to coronavirus can get assistance."

Previously, the media points out, it had been announced that both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would allow mortgage payments to people affected by the coronavirus to be suspended for 12 months.

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