How to Get Help with Rent in Delaware

If you live in Delaware and are looking to get help with finances and help on paying your rent, you are not alone. People have not always been able to pay their rent. However, the situation has become even worse with the economy being so bad.

Since the economy is having financial trouble, people tend to want to take out a loan to cover their debt. This may all sound like a good idea when in fact; it’s completely the wrong thing to do.

In some cases, taking out a loan is ideal and there is a right way to do it. But when it comes to paying rent or getting out of debt, taking out a loan will only increase your problems. This is because after it is all said and done, you will not only have to pay back the money you borrowed from the bank, but you will also have to pay interest in top of that. This will only make you be further into debt.

One alternative that is good to consider is to talk to an organization close to you that specializes in helping people in need pay their rent. These organizations are all made up of professionals who will guide you in a step by step process to get you out of debt and help you pay your rent.

If you currently live in Delaware’s capital, Dover, you can contact the Delaware State Housing Authority. Their number is 302-739-4263. This organization specializes in homelessness prevention and rapid re-housing program.

If you currently live in Delaware’s most populated city, Wilmington, one of the resources available to you is the Department of Real Estate and Housing. To contact them, call 302-576-3019. Their main goal is to provide housing and help families of low income to find a good payment plan in order to pay their rent.

Finding a way to make ends meet and a good way to spend money can be challenging. Fortunately, there are many organizations that can help you find your way and make the most out of your money. Call them today, and see what options are available to you!

Andrea Saca

Andrea Saca

Andrea Saca is from El Salvador and lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. After graduating from East Chapel Hill High School, she enrolled in Durham Technical Community College and will be transferring to a four year university to pursue her degree in sociology. She is hoping to major in sociology, and minor in Spanish.

Her first hand view of people taking out loans and trying to pay through their college education has sparked her interest into learning more about finance and how to manage it.

She enjoys working with people spending time with her family and friends, and learning about different cultures by traveling!
Andrea Saca