On March 29, 2020, Governor Steve Sisolak announced a moratorium on all evictions in the State of Nevada. Homeowners should contact their mortgage lenders and renters should work with their landlords and property managers to discuss relief and repayment options. More details are available at Evictions Directive Guidance »
Due to COVID-19 pandemic many federal and state agencies are providing relief to homeowners and tenants who are impacted . If you are a homeowner or tenant facing substantial financial burdens during this time, there are resources available to help keep you in your home.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has been ordered to suspend evictions from HUD-owned properties through May 1. See below for updates from Nevada jurisdictions regarding evictions:
If you have concerns about being able to pay your rent, contact your landlord or management company to see what options are available. Many landlords are working with tenants on rent payment flexibility during the shutdown.
For additional information please visit: HUD COVID-19 Information and Resources
If you are a homeowner, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government issued guidance halting all evictions and foreclosure if a homeowner’s mortgage is insured or guaranteed by the federal government (such as by the Federal Housing Administration, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Federal Housing Finance Administration, Fannie Mae, or Freddie Mac).
If you know that your mortgage is owned by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, you may get more information by visiting:
If your home is not insured or guaranteed by a federal entity, it is likely that your mortgage is insured by a private organization/financial institution. Many financial institutions have implemented guidelines to help homeowners affected by COVID-19.
For list of Housing Assistance Programs that provide assistance with housing payments go to: Nevada 2-1-1 HOUSING EXPENSE ASSISTANCE