|FHA, VA||Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac|
|Types of Partial Claims and Loan Deferrals Eligible for Assistance||For Federal Housing Administration (FHA) or the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) mortgages, homeowners may have taken a COVID-related partial claim second mortgage that eliminated a delinquency by transferring the past- due amount from the primary mortgage to a second loan.||For Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac mortgages or private mortgage insurance, homeowners may have a COVID-related loan deferral with current servicer, which moved the amount of a delinquency to the end of the mortgage as a balloon payment.
Note: While homeowners with loans backed by private mortgage insurance may be eligible, homeowners with private party mortgages are not.
|Additional Documentation (For the full list of all required documents, please visit the California Mortgage Relief Term Sheets)||For FHA or VA Loans: homeowners should have a partial claim note from the mortgage servicer.||For loan deferrals with current mortgage servicer, homeowners should have a Loan Deferral Agreement from the mortgage servicer showing the deferral amount.|
Applicants who receive assistance from the California Mortgage Relief Program for COVID-related partial claim second mortgages will be responsible for any associated fees, such as recording fees. These fees will be payable to the applicant’s mortgage servicer when their primary mortgage is paid off. Homeowners can contact their mortgage servicer for more information.
For questions about this new eligibility expansion, please call the Contact Center at 1-888-840-2594, Monday through Friday, 8am – 6pm PST.
PROPERTY TAX EXAMPLE: homeowners needing $10,000 to get caught up on their property tax payments will be ineligible if they have $30,000 or more in cash or assets.