The Wyoming Homeowners Assistance Fund (HAF) Program focuses on helping eligible Wyoming homeowners stay in their homes. Funds are available for mortgage delinquency, past due utility payments, and unpaid housing-related bills. Eligible properties include single-family homes, condominium units, 1 to 4- unit properties, and mobile homes permanently affixed to real property. Apply now at DFS.WYO.GOV/HAF
For more information, visit the homeowners page here and see the “trouble making payments” tab.
HAF Program Information: HAF Flyer
HAF Program FAQs: FAQs for Homeowners
WCDA IS THE STATE’S LEADING RESOURCE FOR HOUSING FINANCE.
Since 1975, Wyoming Community Development Authority (WCDA) has been making it easier for people across Wyoming to finance their first home.
We provide low-interest single family mortgages and education to help our customers buy and retain their homes. We also offer special programs to aid in the sustainability of home ownership. Our down payment assistance program, home buyer education and counseling, partnerships with developers and work with non-profit community organizations all make WCDA the State’s leading resource for housing finance.
In addition to its single family programs, WCDA currently administers several major affordable rental housing development programs; the Low-income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Program, the National Housing Trust Fund (NHTF) Program and the HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) Program. These federal programs have funded more than 5,000 units of affordable rental housing across the state.
WCDA’s Rental Directory provides the names, locations and contact information for affordable housing developments in Wyoming. Use the Rental Directory Map and choose the location that you are interested in.
The Governor has issued an executive order assigning the Department of Family Services with the authority to structure and prepare for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program. Applications are available at https://dfs.wyo.gov/. Please email RentalAssistance@wyo.gov if you have comments regarding how the program should be implemented.
For more information, visit: https://dfs.wyo.gov/assistance-programs/emergency-rental-assistance-program-erap/