Residential Contractors

The City of Houston Housing & Community Development Department oversees programs that design, build, and rehabilitate homes. We work with builders to complete this work.

Many of the below opportunities are being offered to an existing pool of builders who have signed contracts with the City. If your organization does not have an existing contract with the Housing and Community Development Department, you can submit a Request for Qualifications during open windows to begin working with us.

Please note that funding opportunities related to Hurricane Harvey recovery can be found at recovery.houstontx.gov .


Contractor Opportunities


Home Repair Bid Documents

Approved Contractor's Pool Only:

Document Name Bid/Phase No. Program Area View
Acres Homes Phase 2 Houston Land Bank
7919 Virgil Phase 2 Houston Land Bank
7820 Cora Phase 2 Houston Land Bank
7802 Willow Phase 2 Houston Land Bank
7727 Virgil Phase 2 Houston Land Bank
1050 Ellington Phase 2 Houston Land Bank
5410 Tommye Phase 10 New Home Development Program
Settegast Phase 10 New Home Development Program
8250 Kenton Phase 10 New Home Development Program
8107 Kenton Phase 10 New Home Development Program
7914 Hanna Phase 10 New Home Development Program
7910 Hanna Phase 10 New Home Development Program
5618 Nielan Phase 10 New Home Development Program
5621 Nielan 1 New Home Development Program
5614 N. Wayside Phase 10 New Home Development Program
5613 Nielan Phase 10 New Home Development Program
5418 Tommye Phase 10 New Home Development Program
Cost Estimate Phase VIII Phase 7 Houston Land Bank View
4600 Robertson St 1 Houston Land Bank
8002 Cora Houston Land Bank
7817 Dyer 1 Houston Land Bank
7816 Cora 1 Houston Land Bank
S67-T26361 Notice of Award Home Repair View

All contractor opportunities are listed according to property and program and are updated regularly. For examples of previous work, please refer to our Current Funding Opportunities.


Compliance


Vital Partners

Some of the funding available for projects comes from Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ) funding. TIRZs are designated areas that fund capital improvements within their boundaries, using tax revenue. There are 27 TIRZs within the City of Houston. Eight of these TIRZs contribute a third of the money they raise to build affordable units. TIRZ funds make up most of the local funding that HCD receives.

The Houston Land Bank Logo

The Houston Land Bank buys vacant or tax-delinquent lots to help develop them, often into affordable homes.

Houston Community Land Trust Logo

The New Home Development Program is a partnership with the Houston Land Bank and the Houston Community Land Trust . The Houston Community Land Trust is a nonprofit, community-based organization that buys and leases land to keep homes affordable for the long-term.