Kansas Homeowner Assistance Fund (KHAF) Still Going Strong

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The Kansas Homeowner Assistance Fund (KHAF) has granted 1,926 homeowner applications a total of $20,325,452 in mortgage, property tax and utility aid to date. 

Yet thousands of Kansans are still in danger of losing their homes.

In its most recent report, the Mortgage Bankers Association said that in Kansas 10,098 mortgages were past due, with 5,353 seriously delinquent.

Only 1,926 applications have been granted. This means there is a significant gap in the number of people who need help and the number of homeowners who have applied for assistance. 

Please help us inform Kansas homeowners that the KHAF program is real, funds won’t last forever, and to apply now. 

Help for Kansas Homeowners – Don’t Wait

If the pandemic has created financial stress causing you to miss mortgage and/or property tax payments, you may qualify for the Kansas Homeowner Assistance Fund (KHAF), a program for low- to moderate-income homeowners.

Learn more and apply here: https://kshousingcorp.org/kansas-homeowner-assistance-fund #homeownership #mortgageassistance #avoidforeclosure


Help for Kansas Homeowners – Apply Now

If you’re behind on mortgage or property tax payments, help is here. The Kansas Homeowner Assistance Fund is helping homeowners across the state who have fallen behind on payments. Apply today.



Help for Kansas Homeowners – Funds won’t last long.

Don’t wait to ask for help if you need it. The Kansas Homeowner Assistance Fund can help you pay your past due bills:

• mortgages

• property taxes

• homeowner association fees


The purpose of the KHAF program, is to prevent foreclosures on homeowners suffering pandemic-related financial hardship.

Homeowner submits an online application

* Application is processed to ensure all eligibility criteria are met. 

* If approved, funds are paid directly to the service provider(s), who apply to the homeowner’s account(s).

Applicants must meet all of the following criteria:

  •  You own your home in Kansas and are at least 30 days past due on mortgage or property taxes.
  •  The property (a single-family home, one-to-four-unit dwelling, condo, townhome, or manufactured home) is your primary residence.
  •  Your recent income did not exceed 150 percent of your area’s median income.
  •  Your household has experienced financial hardship during the COVID pandemic and attests to this hardship.


Help is available from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday at 1-855-307-KHAF (5423).


Go to the online Kansas Homeowner Assistance Fund (KHAF)

KHAF Call Center @ 855-307-KHAF (5423) or complete the KHAF Contact Us Form


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