Dallas city councilmembers are concerned about a deal that puts money reserved for the most impoverished residents at risk of funding a four-star hotel.
The city of Dallas is considering how to rework its rent and mortgage assistance program as it prepares to receive $10 million more in federal funding for the program.
You're working remotely. Your kids learn at a distance. You'll even eat a pizza left on your front porch, thanks to contactless delivery.
A pilot program is in the works to help more homeless people in Dallas.
A provision of the CARES Act is offering protection for some renters, and you likely have no idea it’s there.
The city of Dallas if offering rental and mortgage assistance for residents affected by COVID-19 paid directly to banks and landlords.
The city of Dallas' new mortgage and rental assistance website was overwhelmed and crashed on Monday just minutes after going live.
The city of Fort Worth is moving forward with financial help for renters and homeowners in need.
The city of Dallas plans to distribute nearly $10 million to people in danger of being evicted after losing their jobs from the COVID-19 crisis or to small businesses needing help.
Legislation has been introduced that would cancel rent and mortgage payments for Americans during the coronavirus pandemic. This would be available to all Americans regardless of income or employment.
Dallas City Council members are sorting through how to best use an influx of money from the federal government to help renters and homeowners at risk of losing their homes because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In many counties notices won’t go out as expected. In places they will be sent out, many appraisal district offices are closed.
Last week, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins issued an emergency order suspending all evictions for 60 days.
Dallas County officials announced stricter restrictions going into effect Thursday, limiting social restrictions and halted evictions for the next 60 days.
The same person who helped write the rules on affordable housing in Dallas is now set to land a lucrative funding award from the city and some say the deal makes the city look bad.
Dallas faith leaders say a city proposal to let them house the homeless during cold weather doesn't go far enough. In fact, they say it could just make it harder for them to help those in need.
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The money set aside by the city of Dallas to temporarily house the homeless on cold nights is dwindling fast. More than half has already been spent.