On the brink of losing your home? Let us help.
The Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation (NAHAC) was specifically chosen by the U.S. Treasury’s Hardest Hit Fund® to help Nevada homeowners in their time of need.
Don’t worry. There’s still hope. And, Hope Keeps a Home.
Find out if you qualify.
Is the amount you owe on your first mortgage loan less than or equal to $424,100?
Have you experienced a financial hardship (such as loss of income, significant medical expenses, divorce, severe negative equity, etc.) that is making it difficult for you to keep your home?
Have you received Nevada Unemployment Insurance Benefits (UIB) within the past 90 days?
Are you two or more payments past due on your first mortgage loan?
Do you owe more on your first mortgage than your home's current value?
Are you currently participating in a trial payment plan for a modification with your mortgage servicer?
Are you working with your mortgage loan servicer on a Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure or a Short Sale?
Don't worry, other programs are available.
Although you do not qualify for Nevada's Hardest Hit Fund® program, your mortgage servicer or housing counselor from a HUD-approved agency may have other options that are available to you. These options include:
- 1) Federal Mortgage Relief
- Loan Modification
- Short sale assistance
- Deed in lieu help
- 2) Your Mortgage Servicer
- Repayment plan
- Short sale
- Cash for keys
Contact your service provider for more information.
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You may be eligible for the following Nevada Hardest Hit Fund® Programs:
Call us at (888) 320-6526
Unemployment Mortgage Assistance
This plan is for homeowners who have experienced a loss of income due to unemployment or underemployment.
Mortgage Reinstatement Assistance
This plan is for homeowners who were previously unemployed and are currently employed or underemployed. This plan is applied when your primary mortgage is delinquent.
I don’t know what to say…how thankful we are that this organization is helping us to stay in our home and take care of our lives. We were under so much pressure, we didn’t know what to do. We thought we were going to lose our home until we spoke to the Hardest Hit Fund®.