Homeowners residing in the states of Kansas and Missouri impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic can take advantage of homeowners’ assistance funds programs.
Launched in 2022 with nearly $60 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds, the Kansas Homeowners Assistance Fund (KHAF) helps Kansas households get current on their mortgages and avoid foreclosure. It also provides assistance with property taxes, homeowners’ insurance and energy costs.
Meanwhile, for those seeking financial relief on the Missouri side, the Housing Assistance Program (HAP) assists low-income and disabled people located within the Kansas City metro area. The HAP supplies information on emergency housing, transitional housing and rental subsidy programs for those who qualify. Participants of the HAP must meet medical disability requirements and be referred to the program by a case manager.
Sader Law Firm attorneys who specialize in foreclosures are ready to help put a halt to your foreclosure situation. We can assist in getting a Chapter 13 bankruptcy filed and a sale canceled the same day as the initial phone call. But this requires that you speak to an attorney ahead of time. Call Sader Law Firm at (816) 561-1818 to speak to an attorney about how to save your home and set yourself up for a better financial future.