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Governor Laura Kelly Announces Nearly $25M Has Supported More than 2,300 Kansas Homeowners

Program still accepting applications for mortgage, property tax, and utility assistance  TOPEKA – Governor Laura Kelly announced today that six months after its launch, the Kansas Homeowner Assistance Fund (KHAF) has distributed $24.8 million in mortgage, property tax, and utility aid to 2,321 Kansas homeowners. “Housing is vital to a strong workforce and a resilient […]

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Governor Kelly proclaims October Energy Action Month, designates October 30 Weatherization Day

Gov. Laura Kelly joined with Kansas Housing Resources Corporation (KHRC), which administers the Kansas Weatherization Assistance Program, to commemorate Energy Action Month in Kansas. The statewide Weatherization Assistance Program seeks to reduce energy costs for low-income families by improving the energy efficiency of their homes while ensuring their health and safety. Weatherization services are installed free-of-charge for qualifying

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Governor Laura Kelly Announces Record Interest in Rural Housing Development

Kansas Moderate Income Housing (MIH) program applications up 74 percent   Governor Laura Kelly has announced that months after she signed legislation to fund the expansion of rural housing development, a record number of rural cities and counties are planning to build more homes. “I’ve said it time and again: We need to build more housing

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Kansas Emergency Rental Assistance Enters Hold Phase

Over the past 18 months the Kansas Emergency Rental Assistance (KERA) program has provided more than 70,000 Kansans and 10,000 housing and service providers more than $250 million in rental and utility assistance, preventing thousands of evictions and providing vital services to more than 30,000 families at risk of losing their homes. A year and a half after the temporary pandemic relief initiative launched, the program

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Kansas Emergency Rental Assistance awards more than $250 million to Kansans in need

Remaining funds to be expended soon, tenants and landlords encouraged to apply now More than 75,000 Kansans and 10,000 housing and service providers have received more than $250 million in rental and utility assistance, preventing thousands of evictions and providing vital services to more than 30,000 families at risk of losing their homes. A year and a half after the temporary initiative launched,

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KHAF Helps Homeowners and Your Bottom Line $36 million in mortgage assistance remains

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

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Kansas Housing awards will provide $70 million to support affordable housing development

Twelve Kansas communities will add a collective 441 affordable homes to their housing stock, thanks to funds awarded through the state’s competitive housing development application process. The awards, totaling $7.7 million in tax credits and $6.5 million in HOME and NHTF loans, will create over $70M in equity to construct 264 new homes and rehabilitate 177 existing homes for Kansas

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Lender Says Kansas Homeowner Assistance Fund “A Blessing” for Low-Income Homeowners

For people who have fallen behind on their mortgage or utilities due to COVID-19 illness, job loss or other pandemic-related hardship, “the Kansas Homeowner Assistance Fund (KHAF) is a great benefit,” says loan officer Julie Cannady of Community National Bank & Trust (CNB) in Augusta, Kansas. CNB registered early CNB is one of the early

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State Designates $62 million for Affordable Housing Development

Governor Kelly capped off the legislative session by signing two major bipartisan housing bills into law, representing a significant expansion of resources to support statewide housing development. The measures represent a combined $62 million in new housing resources, as well as initiatives to incentivize housing development. “We’ve long known that Kansas has a shortage of

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Income Guidelines

Household Size Maximum Income for Weatherization (200% of FPL)
1  $   25,760
2  $  34,840
3  $  43,920
4  $   53,000
5  $  62,080
6  $  71,160
7  $  80,240
8  $  89,320

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