Hundreds Of Dallas Renters Still Without Water, Payment Due Despite 'Dire Situation'The Apartment Association of Greater Dallas says across the metro, the number of renters without water services is now down to the hundreds.
Federal Judge In Texas Rules CDC Eviction Moratorium During Pandemic Is UnconstitutionalA federal judge in Texas has ruled that the order from the CDC putting a temporarily moratorium on evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic is unconstitutional.
Apply Now: $1.3B Available To Help Texans Pay For Up To 3 Months Rent, UtilitiesThis week, the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs began accepting applications for the largest statewide COVID-19 rent and utility relief program.
Behind On Rent? How To Apply For Federal COVID-19 Pandemic AidA $25 billion federal rescue effort is underway to help the millions of Americans who are months behind on their rent and utility bills.
'Very Hard Times': Dallas Renters Facing Eviction Seek Financial Help At Drive-Thru EventHarmony CDC has received funding from the CARES Act and has the capability of helping Dallas renters by covering up to two months of rent.
Approved For COVID-19 Rent Assistance, Some Tenants Still May Not Get Financial Help"For landlords to turn away help that tenants have gone through a lot of hoops to try and provide to meet their obligations is really hard to understand.”
'This Was Like A Category 5 Hurricane': Dallas Rental, Mortgage Assistance Program Reaches Capacity In 36 HoursAs of 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, 13,151 residents had submitted applications. But in total, 24,686 people accessed the online survey.
Dallas Rental Assistance Applicants Met With Busy Signals, Technical GlitchesLakia Parker found the website down and the phone lines busy. But 90 minutes later, she was able to access the online application.
Collin Co. Texas Cosmetologists Protest Statewide Ban On Salons: 'I've Lost My Home, My Car'Most -- like many of the 30 million Americans who have have filed initial unemployment claims since mid-March -- are struggling.
How Much Will Texas Renters Impacted By Coronavirus Pay In Late Fees? It's Up To LandlordsTexas state law stipulates no maximum limit on how much landlords can charge in late fees.
Coronavirus In Texas: Dallas To Provide Financial Assistance To RentersIn a unanimous vote early Wednesday, council members approved the Covid-19 Tenant Based Rental Assistance Program.
Coronavirus In Texas: Crisis Taking Toll On Small Businesses: 'It's Really Hard To Pay The Lease When I Can't Work'A photography studio owner in McKinney said not only can’t she operate right now, her landlord locked her out five days after her rent was due.
State Asks Feds To Allow Use Of Certain Funds To Help Texans Pay Rent During Coronavirus-Related Shutdowns"The State of Texas is committed to supporting Texans who are enduring significant economic hardship due to the spread of COVID-19," said Governor Abbott.
TAA Encourages Landlords To Waive Late Fees, Make Arrangements For Renters Affected By COVID-19Hundreds of thousands of Texans have lost their jobs due to COVID-19. But many people will still be expected to pay rent come Apr. 1.
Utilities, Phone Companies Working With Customers Struggling To Pay Bills During PandemicDespite all the changes COVID-19 brings to daily life, one aspect will not change: paying bills.