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

Operations

​​Operations are recurring​ tasks that support the running of the program.  These activities by the subrecipient or its designees will allow the program to achieve and maintain efficiency.   ​

NOFA Process
The subrecipient will need to develop a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) or application process. The application or NOFA process should identify the properties that provide the greatest benefit to the community to those with the greatest need. The subrecipient will develop criteria to award funds to the projects meeting the housing goals and objectives the of program, and fair housing as well as those of the community. All awards must be made to applicants that demonstrate capacity to complete the development planned in the application.
Inspections
​The multi-family rental recovery program has a three phase inspection process: plan review; mid-inspection; and final inspection. All three phases are completed by GLO Construction Inspection Oversight staff. Read More...
Long-term Compliance
Completed projects require annual monitoring. Monitoring will be conducted throughout the affordability period. The results and reviews of monitoring activities ensure the provision of safe, decent, affordable rental housing in compliance with all applicable regulations. Income targets and rents must comply with Affordable Rental Program LURA requirements and other compliance requirements.