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To qualify you:
“No-fault” is defined as a sudden illness, temporary loss of income, temporary disability, reduction in government assistance, unexpected major medical expense or victim of a crime, etc. It may also include a temporary loss of employment because of a major weather-related disaster such as a hurricane, fire, or tornado.
We’re very sorry but we’re unable to take your application at this time. If you find yourself facing imminent eviction in the future, please reapply.
Is your landlord filing eviction papers in the next 21 days?
Have you lived at the property for more than 9 Months?
Have You Paid Rent Timely Every Month Prior to the Current Emergency?
Please note, we allow up to one late payment per year of residency.
Have You Ever Violated Any Terms in Your Current Lease?
Do You Plan to Continue Living at Your Current Place of Residence?
Can You Provide Proof of Future Income?
Are You Willing to Participate in an Online Financial Education Program (at our cost) to Help Prepare You for Future Unexpected Financial Crises?