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Rental Assistance Portal

The Rental Assistance Portal is designed to help Indiana renters living outside of Marion County whose income has been adversely affected by COVID-19 avoid eviction by connecting them with programs that can help them cover monthly rent payments or past due rent.

Please note: If you live in Marion County (Indianapolis) please visit: www.indyrent.org.

Click here to access the Rental Assistance Portal and to begin your application.

The questions that will be asked on the initial application can be found here: English | Spanish
A list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) can be found here: English | Spanish
Additional information for renters can be found here: English | Spanish
Additional information for landlords can be found here: English | Spanish

Individuals that are unable to complete the application online should call toll-free 1-844-463-7368.
This phone number is available Monday – Friday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Eastern.

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Landlord Information: Freetown, IN

 
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NOTICE TO PROPERTY PROVIDERS:
Do NOT list foreclosed properties on this service. All properties that are identified as possible foreclosures will be removed from this service immediately.
   HUD Fair Market Numbers:   Freetown, IN   
 
FOR REFERENCE ONLY

 
Bedrooms
RENTAL (see note 1)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
100% of FMR (1)  Opens new browser window
$532
$594
$759
$974
$1,211
$1,393
$1,574
$1,756
$1,938
These are "HUD Federal Fiscal Year 2019" values updated 03/23/2020

 
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is a federal organization that funds housing programs like the Housing Choice Voucher/Section 8 Voucher Program.
 
Public Housing Authorities (PHAs) are agencies that receive HUD funds for housing programs and administer housing programs locally.
 
(1) Note for all Section 8 properties: The actual monthly payment amount is influenced by a number of factors including the deduction of utility allowances, condition of the property, market comparisons, and any other policies of the local housing authority. The figures above represent the highest monthly dollar amount that HUD may pay through Section 8.
 
Actual monthly rent must be approved by the housing authority prior to lease-up. Approval is based on federal rules and regulations, applicable rent limits and rent reasonableness. The requested rent must not exceed the rent for comparable, unassisted units on the open market. Opens new browser window Contact your local housing authority for local details on payment standards as they may vary widely even within one city.
 

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