The state allocated $221 million from the federal C.A.R.E.S. Act to help keep delinquent tenants in their homes but a number of landlords say the assistance is too late.
The Grand Park Square project plans to build 16 single-family homes on an empty lot off of Ward Street.
A Houston renter says the CDC's affidavit didn't stop her landlord from issuing a notice to vacate. So what do you do then? Sullivan's Smart Sense shares some options.
Renters covered through the executive order must meet four criteria, including a household income of $198,000 or less for couples filing jointly, or $99,000 for single filers.
If you can't afford to pay rent or mortgage, HUD-certified counselors say they're ready to help you through the financial crisis and to try to avoid eviction or foreclosure.
A historic home in Fayette, Missouri is for sale, equipped with its own fully functioning jail — complete with booking area and cells.
If you can't afford your mortgage payment this month, one Houston homebuilder may be able to help.
As Houstonians continue to suffer through the economic crisis brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, city council unanimously approved a second round of rental relief.
President Trump told suburban voters in a tweet on Wednesday they will “no longer be bothered or financially hurt” by having low-income housing in their neighborhood after his administration revoked an Obama-era housing rule.
As the eviction moratorium ends, many renters are left trying to figure out their rights.
Texas law does not allow tenants to have an eviction suit expunged as many other states do, but there are steps you can take to repair the damage to your credit report.
Sales of new homes rose a surprisingly strong 16.6% in May suggesting that the reopening of major parts of the country were giving a boost to the housing market.
If you're looking to move, now is the time. Don't be afraid to try to negotiate your rent, particularly if you can sign a longer lease. It doesn't hurt to ask.
We've been hearing harrowing stories from people being locked out of their homes, or their power turned off, after losing their jobs during the shutdown. But that's not legal and state law says may let you collect money in damages from your landlord.
Many Justices of the Peace are holding off on eviction hearings for another few weeks, Heather Sullivan shares information renters need to know.
The program opened for tenants to apply at 10 a.m., but by 11:34 the funds were tapped out.
The agency will provide up to $1,056 in rental assistance per month to qualified low-to-moderate income people who could not pay their April and/or May rent. Enrollment in the program will be accepted until all available funds have been committed.
For property appraisal protests, head to your county's appraisal district and fill out the protest online.
The program provides repairs, rehabilitation, reconstruction, or other improvements so that the damaged home is more resilient against natural disasters, including elevating homes above flood level.
Tenants worried about paying rent during the coronavirus crisis can use a new tool unveiled earlier this week by the Federal Housing Finance Agency, which oversees mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, to check whether they are protected under a federal eviction moratorium.