Housing Assistance Information

  • Housing Assistance
OHFA is unable to offer direct eviction prevention assistance to individuals. OHFA encourages anyone facing economic hardship as a result of COVID-19 to immediately contact the property owner or mortgage servicer (the company you send your mortgage payments to), to see if you qualify for payment relief.

Eviction Moratoriums – Updated 9/22/2021

The Supreme Court recently invalidated the most recent CDC eviction moratorium; however, recent information from the Department of Housing and Urban Development offers guidance.

HUD programs and resources should be sought out by all Americans who are seeking assistance in avoiding eviction, relocating to new homes in the event an eviction moves forward, and fighting unfair evictions. HUD also has a responsibility to assist landlords, owners, Public Housing Authorities (PHAs), and all its stakeholders in weathering this public health crisis.

Additional HUD resources include the following:

If you're a renter having trouble paying your rent, utilities, or other housing costs – or if you're a landlord trying to stay afloat with tenants in this situation – help may be available through HUD's rent relief resources.

Mortgage Information

Financial Assistance Information

Legal Resources (facing eviction/foreclosure)