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Frequently Asked Questions

Program Closure

Why has the program closed?

Texas Rent Relief has closed because it was a temporary federal program and all available funds have been distributed.

FAQ ID: 3664
Published Date: September 25, 2023
Will I still be able to access the portal for future reference?

On January 1st, 2024, the Texas Rent Relief application system is officially closing, and you will no longer have access to your account. If you would like to save information related to your application, please log in to the portal and do so before January 1st.

FAQ ID: 4871
Published Date: November 24, 2023
Do I need to report any program funds received in my taxes?

Assistance payments made directly to tenants do not count as taxable income.

Assistance payments to landlords are considered taxable income. Per federal guidelines for Emergency Rental Assistance funding, Texas Rent Relief will send a completed IRS Form 1099-MISC to all landlords who received at least $600 in assistance from the program by the required IRS deadline.

FAQ ID: 7796
Published Date: July 7, 2023
What if I’m at risk of eviction and still need assistance?

For alternative assistance options, visit the Help for Texans webpage or call 2-1-1 for information on organizations that are helping Texans with emergency rent and utility assistance.

FAQ ID: 7692
Published Date: July 7, 2023
Will you re-open the program in the future?

No, this was a temporary federal program. All available assistance funds have been distributed and the program has now ended.

FAQ ID: 1659
Published Date: July 7, 2023
Why has my application status been updated to Denied due to Program Out of Funds?

If your case status is currently “Denied due to Program Out of Funds,” this means that TRR ran out of funds and closed the program before your application could be processed. This status change is not appealable.

FAQ ID: 3348
Published Date: October 9, 2023