AGO HomeCorps Opens in Chamber Building

Attorney General Martha Coakley has agreed to open an office at the Chamber’s building in the heart of Brockton. The office is expected to open by early July and will host the HomeCorps Loan Modification Initiative. The program will be coordinated by an Assistant Attorney General who is a specialist responsible for providing direct assistance to  homeowners  seeking loan modifications to avoid foreclosure. The office will be open five days per week and function full time to assist homeowners.

“The Chamber is pleased to provide space for this very important initiative. We are also happy to partner with the Attorney General to address this very important issue facing our communities, residents and the economy,” said Chamber president and CEO, Christopher Cooney. To learn more about the Attorney General’s HomeCorps Initiative, go to


  1. I would definitely check with your local Chamber of Commerce first. Usually they can awnesr these questions and they can also provide names of people that can help give you some advice on some things that you may not have even thought of yet. Opening any business takes lots of planning and hopefully you have some experience or education in the business management field. No matter how small a business may seem to be, there are many things to take into consideration and the Chamber may also be able to give you their opinion about how successful your business has the potential to be. They have many resourses for this information .please trust their experience and it’s free advice. Good luck to you!References : Personal experience from several years ago when I was considering opening a business to welcome new residents to the small town I live in. They even set up a meeting with myself and this guy from a local college that specialized in this type of thing and even loaned me books about the business I wanted to start.

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