Landlord Rental Assistance Program

Landlord Resources

ABOUT THE ASSEMBLY BILL (AB) 486 LANDLORD RENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The submission of the landlord rental assistance program form starts the process to determine if a landlord may be eligible for rental assistance under certain conditions. If a tenant has not or in some cases has simply refused to apply for rental assistance or is not eligible for rental assistance, then the landlord may be eligible for rental assistance under AB 486 based on certain requirements being met. The submission of the landlord rental assistance program form does not guarantee that the landlord will receive rental assistance. If the landlord meets the basic eligibility requirements under AB 486, the information provided in the landlord rental assistance program form will be sent to the social services agency for review.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ’s)

Home Means Nevada, Inc., (HMN) is a non-profit agency within the State of Nevada Department of Business and Industry, and the Administrator of the Rental Eviction Mediation Program.

Assembly 486 passed during the 81st Regular Session of the Nevada Legislature (2021) required HMN to create an electronic form for landlord(s) to complete for potential referral to a social services agency that provides rental assistance.
ASSEMBLY BILL 486 Flow Chart -Landlord Rental Assistance Program

No. Answering "Yes" to all the questions on the electronic form simply allows HMN to refer the information submitted to the social services agency for review about potential rental assistance for the tenant. The social services agency will attempt to contact the tenant to apply for rental assistance.

It will take a minimum of 60-days for the social services agency to review the information and to attempt to contact the tenant to apply for rental assistance.

Not automatically. The social services agency will need to review the information provided and the landlord will need to execute any necessary agreements to receive potential rental assistance.

Yes, that is the end of the process and the information provided will not be sent to the social services agency for review because you are not eligible based on the eligibility questions and criteria set forth in Assembly Bill 486.