COVID-19 Update for Housing

Loudoun County Housing staff are currently working remotely and will continue to provide customer assistance. Email the housing office for assistance. 

  • Resources to protect Virginians from eviction and support individuals who have lost their job or income due to COVID-19:
    • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued an Order to place a moratorium on evictions nationwide through December 31, 2020 to prevent the further spread of COVID-19.  
    • StayHomeVirginia.com: Provides information about programs, services and resources to help Virginians who have experienced job or income loss and other impacts due to the COVID-19 crisis. It includes guidance on how to work with landlords, financial institutions and others to sustainably utilize temporary eviction and foreclosure protections during this crisis.
    • House Bill 1420 caps late fees on rent and House Bill 340 protects tenants from eviction during emergencies.
  • Loudoun County is requesting multi-family rental owners and managers take voluntary actions for tenants current on rent through March 2020 to prevent evictions. View the letter sent to rental owners and managers from Loudoun County (PDF). Additionally, check out available relief programs for landlords and realtors.
  • For tenants paying rent late or unable to pay rent, Loudoun County urges these residents to consider these tips:
  • For homeowners, Loudoun County provides foreclosure prevention resources and a list of relief programs for homeowners.
  • For housing or other basic needs assistance, contact Information and Referral, during business hours, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., call 703-777-0420. Language interpretation services are available at no cost. After hours and on the weekend complete the online form or send an email.

Fraud Prevention

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development warns homeowners and renters to be on guard against mortgage-related fraud during the COVID-19 pandemic.