Help for Texans affected by April floods

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05/03/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

The Texas REALTORS® Relief Fund helps Texans who have suffered losses due to natural disasters. In the past five years, these disasters have included wildfires, tornadoes, and flooding in various parts of the state. The fund gets called into action after these events to assist Texans who experience displacement and property damage.

The Texas REALTORS® Relief Fund is now accepting applications from Texas residents in certain areas who have suffered property damage to their primary residence as a result of the severe weather and flooding event that began in on April 17. See the residency requirements and online application at texasrealestate.com/relief.

Categories: Homeowners
Tags: flood, texas realtors relief fund


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Enos Leon Overby TREC 0272399 on 06/19/2016

Thanks TAR for the assistance provided to the folks in Waller County that suffered flood damage on April 17th, 2016.  When I received an email notifying me of the Relief Fund, I had one of my neighbors apply for assistance and TAR responded timely with a check for $1,000. You will never know how appreciative an elderly widow living on very limited income is.  Way to go TAR, Texas style !!


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