Washington State Homeowner Assistance Fund

Help is available. Contact WHRC today!

The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 directed foreclosure prevention assistance funds to all states to help homeowners who have experienced economic hardship as a result of the pandemic. Funds are available for Washington homeowners – call now!

  • Get help from a housing counselor who will review your specific situation and get started on solutions.
  • If you are already in foreclosure, funds may be available NOW to help you keep your home.

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Available NOW – Homeowner Assistance Fund (HAF) Pilot Program

Have you received a Notice of Trustee’s Sale? Are you facing tax lien foreclosure? Is your HOA or COA threatening to foreclose? If you are in imminent danger of foreclosure because of these reasons (or other reasons), please contact WHRC right away! The HAF Pilot Program is available NOW and offers up to $60,000 for eligible homeowners in active foreclosure.

To get help from the pilot program, contact WHRC, via our Hotline (877‐894‐4663) or message us here and we will call you.

Even without the Homeowner Assistance Fund, Washington state offers free help available for struggling homeowners. Don’t wait – contact WHRC today!

Frequently Asked HAF Program Questions

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In March 2021, Congress passed and President Biden enacted the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), which includes the Homeowner Assistance Fund (HAF) to provide financial assistance to homeowners who are behind on their housing related payments due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Washington will receive $173 million under this program for homeowner assistance. The Washington State Housing Finance Commission will administer the HAF program across Washington state. As the operators of the Washington’s official Homeownership Hotline, WHRC will serve as the primary entry point for homeowners wishing to connect with the program.