SEMINOLE COUNTY, Florida – Seminole County’s emergency mortgage assistance program is coming to an end on Wednesday, according to a news release.
The program has helped 95 households with about $600,000, according to the county.
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The federally funded program is accessible through Seminole County’s online portal where people can complete pending applications and submit new applications for mortgage assistance until the program closes, the county said.
The program is available to low-to-moderate income homeowners who have suffered negative financial impacts due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a press release.
To learn more about the EMAP qualification criteria, Click here.
Even though the Seminole EMAP is closing, the Emergency Rental Assistance Program remains open.
For more information on the rental assistance program, Click here.
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