Nevada Hardest Hit Fund® Announces Mortgage Assistance Program

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U.S. Treasury-Sponsored Program Offers Real Help for Nevada Homeowners

With one of the highest foreclosure rates in the nation, Nevada was selected to be a beneficiary of the U.S. Treasury’s “Hardest Hit Fund®” program, which provides assistance that will help prevent avoidable foreclosures and keep Nevada homeowners in their homes.

The following programs are available immediately to qualified applicants:


Nevada Hardest Hit Fund® will assist eligible applicants by paying up to a maximum of $1,000 monthly toward their impounded first mortgage payment, including principal, interest, property tax and insurance for up to nine (9) months. The applicant’s contribution will be a minimum of $75 or any amount that exceeds the $1,000 maximum assistance per month.

General Eligibility Requirements:

  •      Applicant(s) must be unemployed and actively looking for work, or be able to validate at least a 35% reduction in income/wages since 2008
  • Applicant(s) must be facing imminent default


This program assists eligible applicants who have successfully completed the Mortgage Assistance Program by paying up to a maximum of $12,500 toward arrearages and/or accrued penalties and late fees. Applicants must provide evidence that they have overcome their previous financial hardship and that the mortgage payments are now sustainable (43% or less of total household income).

To apply, homeowners can call the Nevada Hardest Hit Fund hotline directly at (855) 428- HELP (4357) or visit the website for more information:

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