Mortgages, Rental Assistance Grants of up to $ 2,000 available for Ida victims from NJ Realtors

New Jersey realtors announced Monday that they are providing a limited number of grants of up to $ 2,000 to residents affected by Hurricane Ida.

New Jersey Realtors, a trade group representing more than 62,000 real estate agents in the state, said assistance is available for qualified applicants in any of the following circumstances:

  1. Monthly mortgage expenses for a primary residence damaged by Tropical Storm Ida;
  2. Rental cost due to relocation of primary residence resulting from Tropical Storm Ida.

Applications are now open. The deadline to apply is October 31, but the grant money will be distributed on a first come, first served basis. For more information, click here.

New Jersey Realtors Chairman Jeff Jones said the group had applied for and approved a disaster relief grant from the Realtors Relief Foundation.

The funds are intended to help qualified applicants with financial assistance for monthly mortgage expenses or rental costs.

“New Jersey has not seen such a scale of destruction since Storm Sandy in 2012,” he said. “We thank the Realtors Relief Foundation for their swift action in approving our grant application so that we can quickly distribute funds to those who need it most.”

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