MORRIS COUNTY, NJ – The nonprofit Housing Partnership is offering help to Morris County residents on various issues regarding homeownership or rentals during the COVID-19 crisis.
The Housing Partnership, a resource for home buyer education and programs in North Jersey, offers education, counseling services, and special financial programs for households of all income levels. Regarding the current crisis, the agency has advice on mortgages, foreclosures, and rental issues.
Mortgages and Foreclosures:
The Housing Partnership offers free, HUD-approved Foreclosure Prevention Counseling to help you avoid scams and understand what your options are if you’re struggling with your mortgage during this crisis. To begin the process with a HUD-Certified housing counselor start here.
The Housing Partnership also offers free, confidential counseling to renters in the Morris, Sussex, and Warren County areas. It is a HUD-certified counseling agency that understands the process and can be your navigator to help avoid eviction. For more information on free rental counseling, click here.
You can find general answers to frequently asked renter questions here.