IRRF offering housing aid for tornado victims in DuPage County, read more...

Dated: June 22 2021

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Illinois REALTORS® Relief Foundation (IRRF) is now accepting applications to provide housing aid for those affected by Sunday night’s tornado in the southwest Chicago suburbs of Naperville, Woodridge and Darien. According to the National Weather Service, the storm damaged more than 100 residences in the area.

The IRRF assistance is for people living in DuPage County and the aid is limited to providing housing relief (rent or mortgage assistance) of up to $500 per household.

The deadline to apply is Sept. 30, 2021. The details can be found on the application.

IRRF is the Illinois REALTORS® disaster assistance foundation. It has awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years to assist residents in Illinois and other states. This artile was originally published by the Illinios Realtors.

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