Texas General Land Office celebrates 4,000+ Homeowner Assistance Programs homes
On Tuesday, Nov. 23, at 12:00 p.m. the Texas General Land Office (GLO) team will celebrate with a key hand-off in Port Lavaca
AUSTIN, Texas – On Tuesday, Nov. 23, at 12:00 p.m., the Texas General Land Office (GLO) team celebrated completing more than 4,000 homes that were rebuilt through the Homeowner Assistance Program. This is an important milestone in a program that is anticipated to rebuild more than 6,000 homes using $1.34 billion dollar infrastructure funds, which are available through Community Development Block Grants for Disaster Recovery. There’s an additional $500 million in Community Development Block Grants for Mitigation and other funds available from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
GLO completed 4,119 homes
About 875 homes are currently under construction
The celebration event will be at the Nilsen Family Home in Port Lavaca
While it has been a long road for the General Land Office because it’s a lot of work to get the funds to those who need it. Currently, there are over 800 other homes still under construction. For the past three years the GLO has made a tremendous effort and they are excited to become a part of the Port Lavaca community. Furthermore the general homeowners assistance program felt glad to help families return home, since their ultimate goal is to rebuild over 6,000 homes.
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