Mortgage Assistance Program (MAP) - Boulder County Housing and Human Services
Longmont Office - Boulder County Housing and Human Services
Data Provided By
Mile High United Way - MHUW
Description of Service
Provides limited assistance to qualified homeowners who have experienced a temporary disruption in income, unforeseen expenses or other hardship which caused or is anticipated to cause the homeowner to fall behind on their mortgage, Homeowners Association or real estate tax payments.
Homeowners meet with a Housing Counseling Agency to fill out an application and all disclosure paperwork. Boulder County is not the source of funding for the MAP program but only the application agency.
Homeowners must attend a counseling session with a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) approved Housing Counseling agency to determine program eligibility.
- Homeowners temporary financial hardship must be unforeseeable, outside of their control, be resolvable and unlikely to reoccur
- Funding to support mortgage payments, Homeowner Association (HOA) and/or property tax payments may not exceed a minimum of $6,000
- Homeowners must demonstrate the ability to resume mortgage, HOA and tax payments (as applicable) after MAP assistance has been provided
- Property must be owner-occupied and must be the homeowners principal residence
Bring all mortgage and hardship-related paperwork to housing counseling session. If approved, funds will be transferred to referred parties (Counties, Mortgage Assurance and/or HOA).
Second location: 3460 N Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304
In addition to the Mortgage Assistance Program (MAP), assistance will be provided to homeowners to review their specific situation and options.
Homeowners who live in the service area who have experienced a temporary disruption in income, unforeseen expenses or other hardship which caused or is anticipated to cause the homeowner to fall behind on their mortgage, Homeowners Association (HOA) or real estate tax payments.