We’re working for you. The Home Builders Association (HBAI) of Iowa is continually seeking information related to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic and lobbying government on behalf of the home-building industry. Click the links below to learn state information, including news from the governor and HBAI releases. Visit nahb.org/coronavirus for additional news and resources.
Two programs aimed at helping Iowans through COVID-19 related financial hardships:
>The Iowa Rent and Utility Assistance Program will provide assistance for up to 12 months.
>The Iowa Homeowner Foreclosure Program provides mortgage assistance for up to four months, with maximum of $3,600 per household.
April 7, 2021: Iowa Department of Public Health’s COVID-19 Vaccine Information
COVID Recover Iowa Offers Free Virtual Counseling and Assistance for Iowans Affected in Any Way by COVID-19
Sept. 15: Rent, Mortgage and Utilities Assistance Available for Qualified Residents with COVID-19-Related Income Loss
East Central Iowa Council of Governments Awarded $4.25 Million for Business Assistance Revolving Loan Fund
Aug. 27: COVID-19 Related Mortgage and Rent Assistance Available Through Iowa Program
Gov. Kim Reynolds Eases Coronavirus Restrictions in 77 Iowa Counties
Sign Up to Be Tested for COVID-19 at testiowa.com.
Subcontrhttp://www.testiowa.com.actor Compliance Form
Hills Bank Resource Guide
Governor Reynolds Announces PPE Shortage
Iowa Adds $20 Million in Aid to Small Businesses
Iowa Small Business Relief Program Award Notifications
Iowa Small Business Relief Program
Home Building is Essential: Read HBA of Iowa’s Letter to Gov. Reynolds