Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program application period extended

The deadline was initially scheduled for today.

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TOLEDO, Ohio — The application period for the Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program, which Toledo Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz announced during the 2021 State of the City, has been extended through 4:30 p.m., Friday, April 30.

The program will provide assistance to 150 low- to moderate-income households in the city. It is operated by the Toledo Department of Neighborhoods and funded by $1,526,505 of Community Development Block Grant-CV funding. Mortgage assistance will cover up to six consecutive months, including forbearance, past due balances, late fees, and penalties. Taxes and insurance may be paid if included in the regular mortgage payment. Residents may submit one application per property. Gross household income of applicants must not exceed 80 percent area median income. Applications will be accepted, processed, and approved based on a lottery.

Applications will only be accepted digitally. The application, and additional information, is available at toledo.oh.gov/mortgage. Applicants may email questions to emap@toledo.oh.gov or call 419-245-1435.

There are four remaining Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program outreach meetings for members of the public to complete applications in person with assistance:

To be eligible, the following guidelines must be met:

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