August 29, 2017
Please see the below resources if you have been affected or displaced by Hurricane Harvey.
If You Want to Stay Informed
Visit the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) web site for up-to-date resources and information. You can also follow FEMA on Facebook and Twitter.
If You Need General Assistance or FEMA Assistance for Home Repairs
Visit www.disasterassistance.gov, and complete an anonymous questionnaire to get the most accurate, personalized list of possible assistance. Also, FEMA is providing housing assistance that can be used for temporary housing and home repairs and is available to anyone regardless of income. Other FEMA assistance like personal property replacement, vehicle repair or replacement, and moving storage allowances may be available depending on income. Click here for more details.
If You Need Temporary Shelter
If you’ve been displaced by Hurricane Harvey and need temporary shelter, visit the Red Cross Shelter Finder or call 866-438-4636 to find the closest open shelter.
If You Need Temporary Rental Housing
The Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) maintains a vacancy clearinghouse web page that allows individuals to search for affordable apartments that are currently available. TDHCA has asked apartment owners and operators to keep their vacancy listings accurate and updated post-Hurricane Harvey.
If You’re a Homeowner
Homeowners impacted by Hurricane Harvey may qualify for forbearance, a temporary suspension or reduction of their mortgage payment. Read Freddie Mac’s disaster relief policies or Fannie Mae’s statement on assistance for Hurricane Harvey homeowners for more details. You can also visit HUD’s web site for information on their disaster assistance for victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Homeowners who received down payment assistance from TSAHC may contact their loan servicer at a number below to make payment arrangements or discuss available options.
Lakeview Loancare Customer Service
US BANK Default Counseling
If You're an Owner or Operator of a Multifamily Development with Exempt Bond Financing Provided by TSAHC
There are two Revenue Procedures (2014-49 and 2014-50) that apply to developments financed with exempt bonds when the President has declared a Major Disaster. These Revenue Procedures provide temporary relief from certain requirements as well as emergency housing for displaced individuals.
After you review the Revenue Procedures carefully, please fill out this form to notify us that you intend to adhere to the Revenue Procedures by offering emergency housing to displaced individuals. Upon receipt of your notification, TSAHC will provide you with our approval in writing. Please note that for developments with tax credit financing, you should have received separate instruction from TDHCA.