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.
Former North Texas Real Estate Agent Ashley Williams Files For Bankruptcy, Clients Claim She Owes Them ThousandsAshley Williams of Aubrey filed a voluntary petition for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in the U.S. Eastern District of Texas Court listing 35 creditors totaling up to $500,000.
North Texas Real Estate Agent Ashley Williams Has License Revoked; Dozens Of Clients Claim She Owes Them Thousands Of DollarsFormer North Texas real estate agent Ashley Williams is accused of taking nearly $500,000 from her clients and business partners.
What Will $1,200 Rent Get You In Dallas?Looking for an apartment in Dallas for $1,200 a month? Here are the best deals.
Pay-As-You-Ride Scooters Hit The Streets, Bringing Safety Concerns With ThemThe latest transportation trend -- electric scooters -- in Dallas has some police officers and city leaders concerned.
HUD Proposal Could Raise Rents For Poor By 20-PercentThat rent increase is about six times greater than the growth in average hourly earnings, putting the poorest workers at an increased risk of homelessness.