• The Dogwood 1,500 square feet 4 bedrooms with 2 bath a Reconstruction Solution 1 option for $162,000
    Writers Pool

    Replacing your home with the Dogwood 1,500/sf home with 4 bedrooms and 2 bath is easy with Solution 1 from the Restore Homeowners Program. Just sign over a few documents, pay up your insurance and DOB and you are soon to be in your new home.

  • The Willow 1,702 square feet 4 bedrooms with 2 bath a Reconstruction Solution 1 option for $183,816
    Writers Pool

    Replacing your home with the Willow 1,702/sf home with 3 bedrooms and 2 bath is easy with Solution 1 from the Restore Homeowners Program. Just sign over a few documents, pay up your insurance and DOB and you are soon to be in your new home.

  • The Lilly 1,297 square feet 2 bedrooms with 1 bath a Reconstruction Solution 1 option. $140,076
    Writers Pool

    Replacing your home with the Lilly 1,297/sf home with 3 bedrooms and 2 bath is easy with Solution 1 from the Restore Homeowners Program. Just sign over a few documents, pay up your insurance and DOB and you are soon to be in your new home.

  • The Rose 1,074 square feet 3 bedrooms with 2 bath a Reconstruction Solution 1 option. $115,992
    Writers Pool

    Replacing your home with the Rose 1,074/sf home with 3 bedrooms and 2 bath is easy with Solution 1 from the Restore Homeowners Program. Just sign over a few documents, pay up your insurance and DOB and you are soon to be in your new home.

  • The Cypress 1,260 square feet 3 bedrooms with 2 bath a Reconstruction Solution 1 option. $136,080
    Writers Pool

    Replacing your home with the Cypress 1,266/sf home with 3 bedrooms and 2 bath is easy with Solution 1 from the Restore Homeowners Program. Just sign over a few documents, pay up your insurance and DOB and you are soon to be in your new home.

  • The Daisy 856 square feet 2 bedrooms with 1 bath a Reconstruction Solution 1 option. $92,448
    Writers Pool

    Replacing your home with the Daisy 856/sf home with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath is easy with Solution 1 from the Restore Homeowners Program. Just sign over a few documents, pay up your insurance and DOB and you are soon to be in your new home.

  • All areas within the disaster state are offered assistance under the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program
    Murray Wennerlund

    After Hurricane Gustav many had forgot about the HMGP offered by FEMA. By the time Isaac cleanup was over the window to apply for these disasters for elevation and acquisitions were over. Dont miss out on your opportunity to use grants to mitigate damage

  • State of Louisiana Reconstruction Guide from a Homeowners perspective that may end tragically
    Murray Wennerlund

    The state of Louisiana has outsourced nearly all the recovery processes from the 2016 floods that is making every flood victim look over policy not only once, twice, but weekly for any unannounced changes.

  • DENIED BY TASK FORCE And OCD-DRU Director Homeowner Declined or Canceled SBA Disaster Assistance
    Murray Wennerlund

    Its difficult enough recovering from a disaster, but even more difficult when the execute order to establish a task force does not have provisions that the task for research and discuss public input. Denied citizen solutions without discussion.

  • SBA Disaster Loans are marketed like no conventional lender could ever market a loan.
    Murray Wennerlund

    The SBA has more money than any conventional lender to do marketing after a disaster. The SBA can by omission of fact mislead homeowners down the path of serious debt burden and even loan default.