The REALTORS® Relief Foundation is now accepting applications from Tennesseans who experienced damage from the tornado that tore through Tennessee on December 9, 2023. This weather event devastated communities across 11 counties throughout West and Middle Tennessee. Funds will be made available to the public to assist with disaster victims’ housing payments as relief and recovery efforts continue. The impacted counties include Gibson, Weakley, Stewart, Montgomery, Trousdale, Wilson, Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Sumner, and Robertson counties.


Please email your completed application and the required attachments specified in the application to .

Applicants do NOT need to be REALTOR® members—the RRF assistance is available to all impacted victims. Types of Assistance:
Assistance is available to qualified applicants towards one of the following options:  1) Monthly mortgage expense for the primary residence that was damaged by the Tornado Disaster  or; 2) Rental cost due to displacement from the primary residence resulting from the Tornado Disaster or; 3) Hotel reimbursement due to displacement from the primary residence resulting from the Tornado Disaster.  Relief assistance is limited to a maximum of $1,000 per household.  The deadline for application submission is February 16, 2024.  Please note this assistance is for housing relief only; other expenses including second mortgages(home equity lines or loans), clothing, appliances, equipment, vehicle purchase, rental or repair and or mileage are ineligible for reimbursement under this program.

Since 2001, RRF has disbursed more than $38 million in aid to more than 19,000 families in 42 states and territories. NAR collaborates with state and local REALTOR® associations to cover all administrative costs, ensuring 100% of all funds collected are distributed directly to disaster relief causes.

When a major disaster occurs, RRF mobilizes its outreach efforts and turns to NAR members and other constituents for support. You can learn more about RRF by visiting

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Residents of Clarksville and surrounding areas are picking up the pieces of their homes and communities after a deadly, EF-3, tornado tore through Montgomery County on Saturday. This deadly tornado killed three people and sent over 60 others to the hospital.
Sunday, Montgomery County Emergency Management Agency announced that 91 structures were completely destroyed, 271 structures had major damage leaving them uninhabitable, and 339 structures with moderate but repairable damages.

Montgomery County is one of eleven counties impacted by the devastating tornado outbreak, the Storm Prediction Center’s Storm Reports are preliminarily reporting 13 tornadoes that touched down across Tennessee. Other impacted counties include: Davidson, Dickson, Robertson, Sumner, Cheatham, Gibson, Trousdale, Weakly, Stewart, and Wilson.

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