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WASHINGTON — The New York Times spotlighted the CUNA-sponsored HLPR–Home Loan Payment Relief program–in the Real Estate section of the April 14 issue as an alternative for those of lower incomes or credit scores and first-time buyers.

The article, “Credit Unions: The Silent Source,” outlined the benefits of the program, which mainly benefits households below the area’s median income as an alternative to the typical subprime mortgage market. Exceptions are sometimes made in high-cost areas like New York and northern New Jersey, it noted.

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