NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) — On September 7 the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) announced it had distributed more than $750 million in rental and utility assistance to more than 124,000 Texas households impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Officials say there is another $34 million already committed to being paid in the next…Read More
the Greater Longview Apartment Association for 24 years and said this last year has been a struggle for renters, owners, and landlords. “IRead More
caused a significant increase in missed apartment rent payments in Texas. More than 95% of the state’s renters are keeping up with payments.Read More
,” Enzler said. As the apartment market remains tight, that is resulting in higher costs for Central Texas renters, according to industryRead More
they get into apartments, and MDHA is working with the Greater Dallas Apartment Association to provide incentives to landlords like payingRead More
Despite the pandemic, Austin, Dallas and Houston all built more housing last year. It still wasn't enough.
A lot of metros around the country saw the number of housing permits decline, especially in housing-starved California. But Texas went in the opposite direction. All four large metros in Texas—Houston, DFW, Austin, and San Antonio—saw housing production go up during the pandemic year. In terms of overall housing production during the 2020-2021 period, Houston and DFW…Read More