FEMA Housing Assistance Is Based On Damage To Essential Living Areas


TRENTON, N.J. – December 18, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — Some households with property damage received a letter from FEMA that said “insufficient damage.” The FEMA housing inspector reported that the essential living areas in the home were safe, sanitary and functional. People who disagree can ask for a re-inspection

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