| If you’re a landlord, you might depend on rental income to cover your own housing costs. If your tenants had trouble paying their rent during the coronavirus pandemic, it could affect your financial well-being too. |
The U.S. Department of Treasury’s Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) program could help you recover up to 18 months of lost rental income. State and local rental assistance programs are distributing billions of dollars in direct payments to landlords and other housing or utility providers. Take advantage of this federal program today. Get the facts about emergency rental assistance and how it can help you recover rent that your tenants owe.
Four reasons you should take advantage of federal rental assistance
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