Nebraska Homeowner Assistance Fund is taking applications
Program for pandemic-impacted homeowners
The Nebraska Homeowners Assistance Fund (NHAF) is available to help Nebraska homeowners who have experienced a COVID-19 related financial hardship that began or continued after January 21, 2020. The NHAF may be able to help residents stay in their home and get back on track. Funding for the NHAF program is provided by the Homeowner Assistance Fund established by the U.S. Department of Treasury as part of the congressional American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA).
The NHAF program is designed to assist homeowners with past due payments for their mortgage, utilities/internet, property taxes, insurance and/or homeowners’ association dues. The Program can also assist with future mortgage payments as well as clearing liens from a homeowner’s property. Read more from a recent news article.
- Property must be applicant’s primary residence
- Property must be in Nebraska, and
- If you are seeking housing related expenses, provide any of the following as applicable: Past due utility or internet statement / property tax statement / Homeowner's insurance policy statement / Homeowner's association dues or condominium dues statement.
- 1. Pass the pre-screening.
- 2. Create your account.
- 3. Complete the online application and provide documents.
- 4. Sign and submit your application.
- 5. Wait to receive application updates on your account dashboard.
At this time, the following documentation is required:
- Government issued photo ID
- Income verification documentation
- Property verification
- Other documents to satisfy applicable NHAF requirements
Apply at nebraskahaf.com
For questions that are not answered on NebraskaHAF.com, contact 844.565.7146