Florida Realtors Disaster Relief Fund: There When You Need It
Information to Help You in the Aftermath of Hurricane Ian
The approval by Pres. Biden means that Floridians impacted by Nicole, as well as the state’s infrastructure and beaches, are now eligible for fed disaster assistance.
The Fla.-owner insurer announced a notable increase in expected losses at $3.8B, an increase from the $2.3-$2.6B estimated previously.
Of the $50M authorized for bridge loans (up to $50K) to help businesses survive damage from Hurricane Ian, $2.5M has been disbursed so far across nine counties.
FEMA approves assistance for three more Fla. counties after requested by Gov. DeSantis. However, every Fla. county qualifies for at least some type of help.
Florida Realtors legal team: In the wake of Hurricane Ian destruction, many landlords, tenants and property managers aren’t sure how to proceed. Here’s what Fla. law says.
Property prices usually rise after a disaster, in part because many impacted residents want to stay. But there’s a potential wild card after Ian: insurance costs.
A Disaster Recovery Center – a FEMA-state storm-response partnership – is now open in Collier County, in addition to two in Lee, and one in Charlotte and Sarasota.