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Loudoun Establishes Rental Assistance Program in Response to COVID-19
Posted on April 13, 2020 at 1:46 PM by Nancy McCormick
The Loudoun County government has established a limited rental assistance program for Loudoun County households economically impacted by COVID-19.
The Board of Supervisors has approved re-allocating $200,000 from the Eastern Loudoun County Home Revitalization Program to create the rental assistance program. The goal is to help ensure housing stability for low-income workers who have been furloughed, lost jobs or had work hours reduced due to the pandemic.
The terms of the program include:
Income eligibility based on household size for households earning up to 70% of the state median income ($60,332 for a family of 4).
Direct payments made to landlords or property management companies on behalf of residents who qualify for the program.
Assistance may be provided for up to three months' rent.
The program will continue as long as the local emergency declaration is in effect and funding is available.
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