Are you losing your home to foreclosure or are you buying a home and need a Certificate?
Did you receive an Act 91 or a Civil complaint for non payment of your mortgage? Are you buying a home? We can help provide you the support you need; call us at 888-212-6741 or 484-427-2229
Please visit our Download Forms page to learn more about ACCI’s services and to find the form and documents that we will need.
If you got an Act 91 Notice, contact us at once. Call us at 888-212-6741 or 484-427-2229
If you have an Act 91, contact us at one of our telephones above or come to our Norristown office located at 603 Swede Street in Norristown PA at once to begin the process to save your home.
►At some of our offices, we have flexible hours to try to accommodate your needs and eliminate or minimize the hours that you need to take off from work.
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Credit, Budget, and Housing Counseling and Support
Do you monitor your credit? Whether you want to improve your credit history and build your credit score, need guidance to improve your finances and ability to manage money, or just have too much debt and want to reduce it, we can help. Low credit, poor credit, or no credit — contact us
The mission of American Credit Counseling Institute (ACCI) is to help low to moderate income individuals and families attain the American dream of owning a home. We also help homeowners facing mortgage delinquencies and foreclosure to hold onto that dream. ACCI accomplishes its mission through education and counseling to best prepare the community to make their dreams a reality.
We believe that when a family owns their home, it translates into ownership pride, less dependency on others, stability and well rooted neighborhoods, and ultimately a better and stronger nation.
Pennsylvania Housing Counseling Services
Homeowners, when debt issues become a crisis, seek help. Speaking to the right people could mean dealing with your finances and taking the steps to establish a healthy and manageable budget. There is help, contact American Credit Counseling Institute counselors today.