Prince George's County has launched the third round of emergency rental assistance.
Six local nonprofit organizations are available to assist tenants with the application and paperwork, including several with Spanish speakers.
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Who may apply?
Owners, landlords or property managers holding a valid rental license with occupied rental units. Tenants may apply directly only if their landlord will not apply for funding on their behalf or if the tenant is only applying for utility assistance.
What can the Emergency Rental Assistance Program cover?
Landlords may apply for each tenant's delinquent rental payments beginning on or after April 1, 2020. The monthly amount of assistance is based on the actual rent value less all late fees, interest, and other costs associated with the tenant's default. DHCD will provide funding for rent only, up to 12 months. If the tenant applies directly for funding because their landlord will not apply on their behalf, eligible tenants can receive up to 6 months of rental assistance and/or utility payments.
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