Protections for renters during COVID-19
The CARES Act, which was recently passed by Congress, provides certain protections for most tenants in federally subsidized or federally backed housing, including limits on evictions and fees for not being able to make your rent payment.
Some states and local governments have taken action to offer rent relief.
In addition, there are a number of resources and professionals who can help with your housing or financial situation, including nonprofit credit and housing counselors.
Other resources to help you during the coronavirus pandemic
Protections for renters
If you are a tenant living in federally subsidized housing or are renting from an owner who has a federally or GSE-backed mortgage, the CARES Act provides for a suspension or moratorium on evictions.
Learn what this means for you and what you should do.
Mortgage relief options
If you can’t make your mortgage payments because of the coronavirus, start by understanding your options and reaching out for help.
Learn about mortgage and housing assistance options
Protect your finances
The CFPB is committed to providing consumers with up-to-date information and resources to protect and manage their finances.
Federally-held student loan payments are postponed and interest has been waived.
Learn what that means for your loans
Protect your credit
Your credit reports and scores play an important role in your future financial opportunities.