I am active duty and want to sell my house I am upside down; do I qualify for the Homeowners Assistance Program (HAP)?
Eligibility requirements:

The applicant must be a military service member (including Coast Guard) or federal civilian employee (including non-appropriated fund) assigned at or near the installation announced for closure or realignment.

Also Eligible Are:
Civilian and military personnel on overseas tours who transferred within three years prior to the announcement and who are homeowners in the area.
Civilian employee homeowners on overseas tours with reemployment rights in the area affected by the announcement.
Military member homeowners ordered into on-post housing within six months prior to the announcement.
All applicants must have been the owner-occupant of their homes for which assistance is being requested on the BRAC announcement date which is May 13, 2005
A Non-Appropriated employee who was assigned at the installation on the closure/realignment announcement date may also apply. The current BRAC closure/realignment announcement date is May 13, 2005.
Also eligible are personnel transferred or terminated within six months prior to the announcement who were owner on May 13, 2005.
Civilian and military personnel on an overseas tour who transferred within 3 years prior to the announcement and who are homeowners in the area; and
Civilian employee homeowners on an overseas tour with reemployment rights in the area affected by the closure; and
A military member homeowner ordered into on-post housing within six months prior to the announcement.
In addition, applicants must be relocating beyond commuting distance from the area.
All applicants must have been the owner-occupant of the home for which assistance is being requested on the announcement date. To qualify, the applicant must also meet other eligibility criteria.
These are the general eligibility requirements. If you think you may be eligible, you should submit an application for a formal determination.

Posted By: Jennifer Hernandez on Saturday, January 08, 2011