Realtors are now using live streams and virtual tours online to show homes to prospective buyers to avoid spreading the COVID-19 virus in person.
For customers who are struggling to pay bills during the COVID-19 pandemic, many auto insurance carriers say they will offer payment plans, delayed payments, or drop late fees.
Experts suggest using your company laptop and VPN rather than your personal computer. Company devices usually have more firewalls and antivirus protection.
The Houston Apartment Association explains landlords must still collect rent in these tough economic times to keep apartments and rental homes running.
While a reverse mortgage can provide seniors needed cash, consumer advocates warn seniors can end up deep in debt, or even lose their homes.
Senior citizens are looking for ways to get extra money during the COVID-19 outbreak. Consumer Reporter Heather Sullivan breaks down why this may not be the perfect solution for everyone.
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College students and their parents are frustrated they still have to pay rent for apartments now that schools have canceled classes and gone online during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Texas Workforce Commission says that it included 150,000 Texans, plus hundreds of thousands more trying to apply for unemployment this week, overwhelming its website and phone lines.
Since Texas Health and Human Resources referred people to call the United Way's 211 hotline four days ago, the United Way says it received more than 3,300 calls in just the first day.
Bank of America says it will let homeowners and car owners pause their payments. How many months will depend on your situation, and the payments will be added to the end of the loan without hurting your credit.
The U.S. Small Business Administration has announced it will offer low interest disaster loans. But many businesses worry the money won't arrive in time to save them.
Bars and restaurants have been forced to stop serving customers in-house, businesses are closing, and the oil industry is contracting.
Now that many people are furloughed from work for two weeks due to COVID-19, many of you have been asking FOX 26 questions about whether you can still collect a paycheck.
FOX 26 Consumer Reporter Heather Sullivan answers employee pay questions that arise during the COVID-19 crisis.
Many stores have instituted quantity limits per customer on certain items, including bottled water, sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, soap, rubbing alcohol, bleach, latex gloves, masks, and toilet paper.
To help boost the economy, President Trump is proposing to offer Small Business Administration loans to give businesses an infusion of cash and cutting the payroll tax, which workers and employers pay.
Some Houston-area dress shops say they're experiencing delays as many Chinese plants that make the dresses shut down to stop the spread of COVID-19.
You wouldn't know it's spring break at the airport. Travelers and airport workers say they're seeing smaller than usual crowds amid the coronavirus outbreak.
You're probably saving some money right now on low gas prices. Plus if you're getting a tax refund, or have canceled travel plans, you can put that money to good use to save in case of a coronavirus quarantine.