The Michigan Homeowner Assistance Fund (MIHAF) uses federal resources allocated under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 to provide financial assistance to homeowners who have fallen behind on homeownership-related expenses.
The MIHAF Program can help with:
- Delinquent mortgages (to avoid foreclosure)
- Property tax and/or condominium payments
- Payment of escrow shortages
- Past due utilities payments (including gas, water, electric, and internet or broadband)
To qualify for MIHAF, applicants must:
- Have experienced a qualified financial hardship due to the coronavirus pandemic after January 21, 2020, OR had a qualified hardship that began before January 21, 2020, but continued after that date.
- Meet income eligibility requirements.
- Have property this is owner-occupied.
The maximum amount of assistance available through MIHAF per household is $25,000.
Interested homeowners can find details and a link to the application here: https://mihaf.michigan.gov/p/home or receive assistance with the MIHAF application submission by calling 844-756-4423
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me by email or phone.
Phone: (810) 767-4622 ext 350
Giovanni B. Ireland (He/Him/His)
Housing Counselor/Outreach Specialist
(810) 767-4622 Ext. 350
Direct Line: (810) 620-1725
1174 Robert T. Longway Blvd
Flint, Michigan 48503