Two New Jersey programs that provide financial assistance to homeowners on the brink of foreclosure are temporarily suspending acceptance of applications, a state official said this week, bringing an indefinite hiatus to a set of funds that have helped thousands of residents stay afloat in the aftermath of the Great Recession. New Jersey's HomeKeeper and HomeSaver programs, both of which are housed under the state's federally bankrolled Hardest Hit Fund, are not taking new applications “in order to better assist the current pipeline of applicants,” Tammori Petty, director of communications for the state's Department of Community Affairs, said in emails this week.

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