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INDIANA FORECLOSURE PREVENTION NETWORK IFPN was created to help Hoosier homeowners prevent foreclosure. Free foreclosure prevention counseling is available to all Indiana homeowners. Counseling services are offered through a network of HUD certified housing agencies. Qualifying homeowners can apply for Hardest Hit Fund (HHF) through the IFPN.

REINSTATEMENT ONLY ASSISTANCE The monthly mortgage payment is affordable, but homeowner can’t cure mortgage delinquency caused by an involuntary financial related hardship. Unemployment Underemployment Medical Hardship Death of Contributing Household Member Divorce Maximum allowable household assistance is 30,000. One-time payment to lender.

MONTHLY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Homeowners could apply if they experienced an involuntary financial related hardship on or after January 1, 2020. Qualifying homeowners may receive up to 6 months of assistance. The mortgage does not need to be current. Homeowner cannot be in an active forbearance. The homeowner has applied for or is currently receiving UI benefits. Maximum allowable household assistance is 30,000. Payments made directly to the lender.

BASIC ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA The applicant must: Be an Indiana homeowner Own only one home, and currently reside in that home Be unable to make monthly mortgage payments because of an involuntary employment-related financial hardship such as a previous job layoff. (Monthly Assistance Program) Be able to make their current mortgage payments, but unable to pay a past-due balance that resulted from an involuntary employment-related financial hardship (Reinstatement Only Program) Meet additional eligibility requirements based on income (See Website)

APPLY ONLINE - Visit www.877gethope.org.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES Coronavirus Eviction and Foreclosure Resource Guide: Several state organizations have worked together to provide answers to some frequently asked questions, as well as other resources to help navigate through these uncertain times. Click here to visit the website. Indiana Legal Services: Developed a resource guide titled Renting in Indiana: A Handbook for Tenants and Landlords to help renters, property owners, and property managers in Indiana make renting a home a positive experience. Click here to visit their website. Energy Assistance Program: Energy assistance is a one-time benefit that can assist you with the high cost of home energy and can help if you are about to get disconnected. Click here to find more information. Indiana Township Trustees: Township trustees offer a variety of services and assistance. The Indiana Township Association has a listing of trustees in the state of Indiana. Click here to visit their website. IndianaHousingNow.org: This is a free, state online resource for renters and property managers in Indiana. It includes a variety of housing resources available to Indiana residents. Click here to be directed to the website.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES Coronavirus Eviction and Foreclosure Resource Guide: Several state organizations have worked together to provide answers to some frequently asked questions, as well as other resources to help navigate through these uncertain times. Click here to visit the website. Indiana’s Hardest Hit Fund (HHF): Mortgage payment assistance of up to 30,000 is available to qualified Hoosiers homeowners struggling to pay their mortgage. Their network of housing counseling agencies can also assist with identifying other options to help homeowners. Click here to visit their website. Energy Assistance Program: Energy assistance is a one-time benefit that can assist you with the high cost of home energy and can help if you are about to get disconnected. Click here to find more information

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INDIANA FORECLOSURE PREVENTION NETWORK IFPN was created to help Hoosier homeowners prevent foreclosure. Free foreclosure prevention counseling is available to all Indiana homeowners. Counseling services are offered through a network of HUD certified housing agencies. Qualifying homeowners can apply for Hardest Hit Fund (HHF) through the IFPN.

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Indiana Foreclosure Prevention Network Counselor Resource Guide Effective 03/01/2011 Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority 30 South Meridian Street; Suite 1000 Indianapolis, In 46204 1-877-GET-HOPE www.877GETHOPE.ORG

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