Is yours a low to moderate income family who wants to preserve home ownership and avoid foreclosure, if possible, or assist in the short-sale of a home, if necessary? Did you know Nevada was awarded over $150 million in funds available to qualified recipients through a series of federal grants to help Nevada homeowners?
Find out if you are eligible to participate in Nevada’s “Hardest Hit Funds” program or the Mortgage Assistance Program (MAP). See the website: Nevada’s Hardest Hit Funds.
From the website:
With one of the highest foreclosure rates in the nation, Nevada was selected to be one of the original beneficiaries of the U.S. Treasury’s “Hardest Hit Fund” program. Nevada was awarded over $150 million in funds available to qualified recipients through a series of federal grants to help Nevada homeowners.
NOTE: These programs are only available to homeowners whose mortgage servicing company agrees to the terms and conditions governing the use of these funds. Currently, Nevada’s Hardest Hit Funds program is only able to offer the Mortgage Assistance Program as a result of strong servicer support. The additional programs will roll out as additional servicers agree to participate making other programs possible. If your servicer is not currently participating in Nevada’s Hardest Hit Funds, you may want to call them and encourage them to do so. A homeowner cannot receive assistance if their servicer has not signed an agreement with NAHAC. See a list of participating servicers and which programs they are currently offering.