About the Program
Answer the following questions to determine if you are eligible to apply for Hardest Hit Fund (HHF) assistance.
Have you or your spouse experienced any of the following hardships on or after January 1, 2010? Check one box only:
Unemployment through no fault of your own
Underemployment through no fault of your own
Decrease in business income
Loss of income due to disability or health related event
Death of spouse or title holder
Divorce of spouse or title holder
I have not experienced any of the above hardships
HHF applicants are required to meet at least one of the qualifying hardship events to apply for temporary mortgage assistance. The hardship must have occurred after the purchase of the property and after January 1st, 2010.
Unfortunately, you are not eligible to apply for the Hardest Hit Fund Program. If you need foreclosure prevention assistance visit
Are you and your spouse currently living in the subject property?
Is your mortgage delinquency or past due amount over $35,000?
Have you or your spouse received Hardest Hit Fund assistance in the past?
Unfortunately, you are not eligible to apply for the Hardest Hit Fund Program for one or more of the following reasons:
All applicants and owners must live in the subject property.
The program is unable to pay the delinquency to bring your mortgage current. The maximum amount of assistance under the Hardest Hit Funds Program is $35,000.
You, or your spouse, have already received Hardest Hit Fund Assistance. After exiting the program, you are unable to apply for additional assistance.
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