Wyoming gets 50 million for homeowner assistance

A homeowners assistance program for helping meet mortgage payments and utility bills opened to Wyoming residents yesterday. Wyoming received $50-million from the US Department of the Treasury for its HAF Program, which focuses on helping homeowners stay in their homes.

The Wyoming Department of Family Service, with assistance from the Department of Workforce Services, is administering the Wyoming Homeowner Assistance Fund Program. The program prioritizes mortgage delinquency over other past due expenses.

Other eligible expenses include past due payments of utilities, property taxes, homeowners’ insurance, and homeowners’ association dues. The maximum amount allowed per household is $17,000, which will be paid directly to the servicer or vendor on behalf of the homeowner. The application is only available online at dfs.wyo.gov/haf


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