Back in 2018, Hurricane Harvey swept through Houston, Texas and the surround areas, bringing disaster upon the residents. Now, new assessments show the city may need an additional $2 billion in funding.
Homeowners in one of Texas’ biggest cities can now sell their houses to Zillow, as the online real estate giant just announced that it is launching direct home buying operations in the Lone Star State.
As Houston continues to recover from last year’s hurricane season, it continues to lead the nation as one of the top housing markets. It seems not even a record-breaking hurricane can slow it down. Here’s where Houston’s market stands months later, plus its forecasted growth for 2018.
HUD’s objectives are sometimes distributed by factors ranging from politics, socio-economic disparities and even natural disasters. When American homeowners fall victim to any of these elements, HUD is not only there to offer a helping hand, but often serves as the tool that leads to recovery.