The Resident Relief Foundation does not discriminate against race, color, religion, disability, age, gender, marital status, credit score, income, or anything else. We support Equal Housing Opportunity. If you are referring a resident, we ask that you do so based solely on facts. You, as the property manager, know who your responsible residents are (as defined to the right). Our mission is to serve as a temporary bridge and help responsible residents facing an unexpected financial crisis outside their control to stay in their homes and avoid unnecessary eviction and/or homelessness.
Our application asks you for pertinent pieces of information such as: confirmation of the facts (this online process), payment instructions, and a copy of the resident’s FULL ledger for the entire term of the tenancy. We may also ask for the lease. The resident authorizes you to share this information with us when they sign the application. If a grant is approved, we ask that you waive any soft costs (e.g. late fees) as a courtesy to us as a 501(c)(3) public charity. This will help us assist more deserving residents.
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NOTE: We expect that the particular apartment in question is not being marketed to other prospective residents during the time we are getting the necessary information from the resident and obtaining Board approval. If at any time the property makes a decision to market the apartment, you must notify us immediately.
We exist to be the bridge that helps responsible residents stay in their homes during a singular, unexpected financial emergency.
Whether it’s a temporary job interruption, an auto accident, a medical emergency, a victim of a natural disaster, or something else, our desire is to provide qualified residents with housing stability during a chaotic time and help them avoid eviction, a forced move, or, worse, becoming homeless.
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