Thousands of Dollars in Stimulus Aid for Housing Payments
Various assistance programs have been established to alleviate the burden of pandemic-related financial hardship, including the Homeowner Assistance Fund and the CARES Housing Assistance Program in Nevada. These initiatives aim to prevent foreclosures, evictions, and utility loss while supporting those most in need.
The Homeowner Assistance Fund provides up to $9.961 billion to each state, territory, and tribal entity in the United States, with individual state administration allowing for tailoring to unique resident needs. To qualify, individuals must have experienced financial hardship after January 21, 2020, and own or live in a home in Nevada as their primary residence.
Renters are also eligible for assistance through the CARES Housing Assistance Program in Nevada. To be eligible, applicants must demonstrate financial impact from COVID-19 and income restrictions based on their county of residence.
To apply for either program, visit the relevant website and select your county. Remember, applying as soon as possible increases chances of financial support, and funds must be used by September 30, 2025. If you’re struggling with housing payments, don’t hesitate to apply for assistance to help you get back on track.
In conclusion, if you’re struggling to keep up with housing payments due to pandemic-related financial hardship, know that there are assistance programs available to support you. Don’t hesitate to apply for the Homeowner Assistance Fund or the CARES Housing Assistance Program to help you get back on track.