Operation HOPE from the JP Morgan Chase Housing Summit 2013: HOPE Produces Housing Results for Low-Wealth Americans
I was pleased to join Operation HOPE NYC CEO Mary Hagerty-Ehrsam for the JP Morgan Chase Housing Summit 2013 tonight in Manhattan, New York. HOPE is a proud partner with JP Morgan Chase, and I am pleased to call Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO of the bank, a friend.
Tonight, as Jamie Dimon outlined his vision for the future of housing in America, and the role that JP Morgan Chase and its partners might play, I reflected on Operation HOPE's own contribution to the sustenance and advancement of housing in America. Mary Hagerty has as a partner in this regard, Lance Triggs, division president for the HOPE Financial Dignity Centers, featuring HOPE 700 Credit Score Communities. Below is a quick snapshot of the results of our combined efforts in the housing and homeownership space organization-wide.
· Received over 166,253 calls for Mortgage HOPE Crisis Hotline
· Created over 42,436 profiles for mortgage foreclosure prevention assistance
· Has served 1,074,697 clients to date.
· Has educated 80,480 adults in financial literacy*
· Successfully modified over $560 million in subprime mortgages.
· Generated $946,086,648 in home modification, home mortgage and local community business loan approvals to 3,439 clients.
· Graduated 2,789 clients from the Small Business Entrepreneurial Program, all of whom will return to local communities, shoring up critically important neighborhood jobs.