The Kansas Homeowner Assistance Fund (KHAF) program helps qualifying Kansans get current on their mortgages and property taxes and avoid foreclosure.
The KHAF program provides:
•Property taxes and charges
•Utility, internet, and broadband fees
•The household gross income must not be more than 150 percent (150%) of the area median income (AMI) for the County in which the property is located or 100% US Median Income.*
•The property must be located within the state of Kansas.
•The property must be the applicant’s primary residence.
•The applicant must be the owner of the property.
•Applicants must be at least 30 days past due on their mortgage or property taxes/charges to qualify for assistance types.
•There must be a pandemic-related financial hardship after January 21, 2021 (loss of income or increase in expenses).
•Original mortgage amount must be within conforming loan limits.
*For a household of four people in Rush County, the household cannot earn more than $111,450 a year.
Owner Occupied, Primary Residences (second homes and investment properties are not eligible for assistance). Single Family Residences, One to Four Unit Dwellings, Condos, Manufactured Homes (affixed and unaffixed) and Townhomes.
$60,000 Max Assistance Amount (this is a combination of up to $50,000 in mortgage reinstatement and payment assistance plus up to $10,000 in property charges and utility/internet/broadband assistance) provided as a grant up to $25,000 and a two-year forgivable loan for mortgage related assistance more than $25,000.
•Mortgage Reinstatement Assistance
•Mortgage Payment Assistance
•Property Charges Assistance
How do I Start?
•To apply for assistance, register for your online account and complete an on-line application.
•For questions, please contact the KHAF Call Center at 855-307-KHAF (5423) or complete the KHAF Contact Us Form.
•For more information, visit Kansas Homeowner Assistance Fund webpage.
•Application status can be checked at any time by logging into your account.
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