Ohio REALTORS® Housing Disaster Relief Fund

The Ohio REALTORS® Housing Disaster Relief Fund will be providing up to $1,000 non-repayable grants to qualified applicants.

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Through a grant from the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), along with donations from individual REALTORS®, Dayton REALTORS®, and other associations across the state, the Ohio REALTORS® Housing Disaster Relief Fund will be providing more than $325,000 in financial relief to qualified residents whose home or rental were damaged during the storms.

Qualified applicants will receive up to $1,000 in assistance for a home or rental residence that was damaged during the tornadoes.

Assistance is limited to housing relief only; other expenses including second mortgages, vehicle purchase, rental and/or mileage are ineligible for reimbursement under this program. NAR grant funds are restricted to residents of Greene, Mercer and Montgomery counties. However, Ohio REALTORS® assistance is not tied directly to the NAR grant and may be disbursed for expenses beyond direct mortgage/rental payments, such as insurance deductible, hotels, etc.

Those grants will be made on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the fund’s Trustees/Administrators and will be served on a first-come, first served basis. The deadline to submit an application is Friday, August 16.


REALTORS® taking action

Dayton REALTORS® Foundation Delivers Aid to Tornado Victims

The Dayton REALTORS® Foundation acted quickly on Tuesday, May 28, mobilizing staff and members to provide relief for the victims of the tornadoes that hit the Dayton area on Memorial Day. They delivered and unloaded pallets of water and non-perishable food at Trotwood’s Fire Station 72.

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  • “The Dayton REALTORS® foundation works to engage with all of the Dayton region, through our REALTOR® members, Affiliates and partner organizations to promote homeownership and improve our neighborhoods and communities.”

    – Jan Leverett

  • “Partnering with Rebuilding Together Dayton each year is such a wonderful way to give back directly into our communities. It’s about more than commissions, it’s about making our region the best it can be and the best place for families to live, work and play.”

    – Sham Reddy

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    – Karen O’Grady

 
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