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Oregon Homeownership Stabilization Initiative

The Home Rescue Program is now available in all Counties Statewide. The program provides up to 12 months or $20,000 in mortgage payment assistance and up to $10,000 in reinstatement benefits to qualified applicants. The program aims to assist more than 2,500 homeowners statewide. Visit the Home Rescue Program page for more information about eligibility.

 

Developed in partnership with Oregon’s Senator Jeff Merkley, the Rebuilding American Homeownership Assistance Pilot Program (RAHAPP) aims to provide a new opportunity for underwater homeowners to refinance their mortgage. The program has been expanded and is now available in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington Counties. Visit the RAHAPP page for more information about eligibility.

 

The Loan Refinancing Assistance Pilot Project (LRAPP) is now available in Crook, Deschutes, Jackson, Jefferson and Josephine counties. This program is designed to address the needs of homeowners in these counties, who suffer disproportionately from the foreclosure crisis in Oregon. Visit the LRAPP page for more information about eligibility.

 

More information about programs afforded through OHSI can be found on the FAQs page and on our reporting page. To contact OHSI, please send an e-mail to homeowner.help@hcs.state.or.us.

 

OHSI is administered by the Oregon Department of Housing and Community Services, and is funded by the US Department of Treasury's Hardest Hit Funds. Learn more about the Hardest Hit Fund here.

OHSI Fraud Reporting Hotline:

If you are currently aware of, or suspect fraud, you can report it anonymously by calling 1-800-948-7688 or through our online tool.

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