After a natural disaster like Hurricane Sandy, victims are understandably desperate to receive relief funds, but they're often ill-informed about the best way to get them. Survivors too often look to insurance first and -- if those funds are insufficient--FEMA second...and last.
But there are a number of alternative tools homeowners can add to their disaster recovery arsenals. So if you've suffered from Sandy and need to offset the costs of clean-up and repairs, your strategy should begin with getting knowledgeable about which grant and loan programs will work for you.
We're here to help. These are the best avenues for the victims of disasters to get the financing to start getting their lives back to normal:
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