Dozens of people threatened or concerned about losing their homes through foreclosure attended today’s Northeast L.A. Home Rescue Fair in Lincoln Heights. After checking in, homeowners were directed to an auditorium where they waited in chairs that had color-coded signs – representing major lenders – taped on the back. Pink signs were for people with Bank of America mortgages and blue signs were for J.P. Morgan Chase Manhattan customers. The homeowners then met face-to-face with bank representatives, financial and housing counselors and attorneys. Mary Allen, an Eastsider contributor who volunteered at today’s event, counted more than 60 people at one point. More than 140 had registered.