Mortgage Assistance Program

CDCU has received funding from Salt Lake City Corporation to provide temporary mortgage assistance for households who are experiencing financial hardships..

The Salt Lake City Mortgage Assistance Program has run out of funds and is no longer accepting applications. If you have any questions, please contact us at


For Salt Lake City Municipal Residents Only: Households who have experienced a loss of income or been otherwise financially affected may submit an application to receive one to six months of mortgage payments up to $25,000. CDCU will determine the amount given to each household based on need, not all households will receive $25,000.

Salt Lake City Mortgage Assistance Program English
(For residents who live within Salt Lake City municipal boundaries)

Salt Lake City Mortgage Assistance Program Spanish
(Para residentes que viven dentro de los límites de la Ciudad de Salt Lake)

Application submission methods

Mail/Drop off: Community Development Corporation of Utah, 501 E. 1700 S., Salt Lake City, UT 84105
Email: Scan and email to
Fax: 801-994-7220
Questions: (801)-994-7222

Still looking for financial mortgage assistance? You may be able to apply to the Utah Homeowner Assistance fund (UHAF):

Eligibility Criteria: 

  • Must have experienced a documented financial hardship associated with COVID-19 after January 21, 2020
  • Must own and occupy the property as their primary residence for which they are applying for assistance, located in Utah
  • Households that are categorized as a Priority Population, as outlined in the UHAF Policy
  • Households that are NOT currently participating in the Emergency Rental Assistance Program or any other rental assistance program administered by a local housing authority, municipality, or other agency
  • Have a mortgage delinquency of 30 days or more, or have a Partial Claim/Deferred balance that occurred after January 21, 2023

Please visit the Utah Homeowners Assistance Fund page to apply and for further details.


Would you like further assistance and counseling to avoid foreclosure?

Community Development Corporation of Utah is a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) approved counseling agency. CDCU staff provides foreclosure prevention counseling for homeowners throughout the state of Utah. In order to set up an appointment with a counselor you must complete and submit a complete Foreclosure Prevention Counseling Intake packet. During the appointment we will go over your options and discuss any recommendations. If you would like to receive the Foreclosure Counseling Intake packet through another method, please contact us 801-994-7222.

English Foreclosure Prevention Counseling Intake Packet

Spanish Foreclosure Prevention Counseling Intake Packet


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