Hardest Hit Fund Programs


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Help for Struggling Nevada Homeowners!

The Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation, a nonprofit organization and administrator of the U.S. Treasury sponsored Nevada Hardest Hit Fund, is pleased to announce three new programs to assist struggling Nevada homeowners.

    Programs Available

    Principal Reduction

    • For borrowers who have suffered an eligible financial hardship and owe more than their home is worth.
    • Financial assistance up to $50,000 to help pay down the principal balance of a mortgage loan and allow for a more affordable monthly payment.

    Second Mortgage Reduction

    • For borrowers with an eligible financial hardship who have a second mortgage lien and, when combined with their primary mortgage, owe more than their home is worth.
    • Financial assistance up to $50,000 to reduce or eliminate the principal balance of a second mortgage to achieve an affordable monthly mortgage payment.

    Mortgage Assistance

    • For borrowers who were unemployed and are now employed or underemployed and whose primary mortgage is delinquent.
    • Reinstatement assistance up to $35,000 to bring the borrower's primary mortgage current.

      General Eligibility Criteria

      Please note:  Other specific eligibility criteria and conditions apply. Detailed term sheets are located on the NAHAC website.

      • Borrowers must be legal U.S. residents or lawful permanent U.S. residents, and Nevada residents.
      • Borrowers must have an eligible financial hardship as determined by program criteria and underwriting guidelines.
      • Applicants must own and occupy the home, located in Nevada, and it must be their primary address.
      • Property cannot be listed for sale, abandoned, vacant or condemned.

        How to Apply

        These programs can provide significant financial help for Nevadans.  It only takes a few minutes to find out pre-eligibility for one or more programs.  Call (855) 428-4357 or go to www.nahac.org to take the Program Qualification Self-Assessment today!