The Housing Fund Grant Products
The Housing Fund provides grant products as they become available. We cannot ensure that we will have grant funds at any given time, but check below for our latest products.
The Housing Resiliency Fund
The Housing Resiliency Fund is a grant powered by Amazon that is designed to protect existing homeowners who may be at risk of losing their homes due to an increase in property taxes in Davidson County.
The Housing Resiliency Fund strives to impact Nashville residents who live in the following seven (7) zip codes: 37013, 37207, 37211, 37218, 37206, 37208, 37216
One important qualification for The Housing Resiliency Fund is that you must have lived in your home before January 1, 2021. This opportunity is only open to homeowners. Unfortunately, if you rent a home you do not qualify.
In order to qualify for The Housing Resiliency Fund, you must have an annual household income below 120% of the Area Median Income (AMI) to participate. Please reference the 2021 Income & Households eligibility table below to see if you qualify here.
The Housing Fund also provides property tax relief for nonprofit organizations or small landlords who provide subsidized or naturally-occurring affordable housing (NOAH). This relief can be used to put funds back into the rental unit, or can recoup to the landlord. If you have already paid your property taxes for the year, you can still apply and have the property tax relief funds sent directly to you!
Metro ARP Grant Funds
The Housing Fund has received a new grant to assist individuals whose income was impacted by COVID-19. This grant can be used to help with first and/or second mortgage payments, rental, and utility payments.