Texas Rebuilds
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & REVITALIZATION
The Texas General Land Office - George P. Bush, Commissioner

Homeowner Recovery

​​​​​​​​The Homeowner Recovery Program assists eligible homeowners impacted by disasters under a variety of housing activities including acquisition, rehabilitation, reconstruction, new construction, demolition, relocation, down-payment assistance, and elevation.​

​​The Homeowner Recovery Program is implemented locally by eligible cities, counties and councils of government.  These entities contract with the Land Office as subrecipients. The Land Office oversees the implementation of the program by the subrecipients. 

Texas Rebuilds provides technical guidance, training materials and support documents to help streamline execution and increase efficiency from the start of the program when the subrecipient requests funding to the completion of the grant.

Accessibility
Visitability
Administration Draws
Vendor and Builder Procurement
Acquisition and Relocation
Taxes and Liens
Home Style Options
Slum and Blight Designation
Section 3
Real Estate Transaction
Promissory Note
Primary Residency
Ownership
Needs Assessment
Mobility Counseling
Long-term Compliance
Location
Inspections
Income Verification
Housing Outreach
Housing Guidelines
HOP Program Options
Homeowner Intake Application
Fair Housing
Environmental Review-Site Specific
Environmental Review - Site Specific
Environmental Review
Duplication of Benefits
Project Draws
Duplication of Benefits
Demolition
Damage Assessment
Damage Assessment
Customer Service & Appeals
Contracting
Contract
Construction
Child Support
Project Delivery Draws
Construction Standards
Builder Assignment
Application
Project Setup
Construction Management
Setup
Regulations
Property Eligibility
Operations
Homeowner Qualifications
Homeowner Assistance Program
Homebuyer Assistance
Funding
Homeowner Opportunity Program
Draws
Design
Demolition