IndyRent assistance program to receive $ 91 million more in COVID pandemic assistance | MCUTimes

IndyRent assistance program to receive $ 91 million more in COVID pandemic assistance

Indianapolis will receive $ 91 million in federal funding for rental assistance to Marion County landlords, to strengthen its ongoing rental assistance program it has so far helped over 23,000 families since the start of the pandemic.

The federal funding, which is administered by the state, will allow the city to provide nine additional months of rental assistance in addition to the current limit of three months per year. Household.

Byens IndyRent the program is available to households at or below 80% of the area’s median income who have experienced a decline in income and are at risk of housing stability. Residents can apply at IndyRent.org.

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Previously approved applicants may now be eligible for up to 12 months of assistance from 1 April 2020 or later. These applicants will be notified when indyrent.org the site is ready for them to visit again and ask for further help. Previously approved applicants may be asked to recertify their eligibility for income, check their current address, housing stability and other information.

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