Recovering after a man made or natural disaster takes time and knowledge of the process.
SBA Disaster Loan Program the Duplication of Benefits story you heard when it was too late.
by Murray Wennerlund published 1-15-2022 2 min. 43 seconds read
Once you sign your SBA loan agreement for your disaster loan you also signed away any Grant money that you may have been eligible for at a later date. The key is never take a loan when you qualify for a grant but the grants come after the loans.
DRRA Disaster Recovery Reform Act of 2018 , 2019 , 2020, 2021 to 2022 Homeowners Perspective
by Murray Wennerlund published 1-15-2022 4 min. 9 seconds read
Each year new disasters offer the opportunity for politicians to create new bills that do little more than pump tax dollars into the same dysfunctional programs we have had since 1954.
by Murray Wennerlund published 1-15-2022 10 seconds read
Citizens are being fleeced each and every disaster of tax dollars allocated to assist in their recovery after a declared disaster. States that go unchecked little or no program oversight cost us millions.
Mortgage Relief Program for Homeowners Impacted by COVID-19
by Murray Wennerlund published 1-13-2022 updated 1-14-2022 10 min. 32 seconds read
Homeowner Mortgage Assistance, a U.S. Taxpayer funded program designed to assist individuals and families impacted financially by the COVID-19 pandemic that are at risk of mortgage loan default and have a federally secured mortgage.
FEMA Trailer and MHU program ends 18 months after a disaster declaration date.
by Murray Wennerlund published 1-10-2022 updated 1-11-2022 4 min. 0 seconds read
Your states governor will need to submit to FEMA an extension for the temporary shelters. The extension will come at a price which your governor may pay for out of state funds or charge the occupants based on income or a flat monthly fee typically 50.00.
by Murray Wennerlund published 1-2-2022 updated 1-4-2022 5 min. 43 seconds read
Fact checking your mix of state and federal agencies on one topic or policy could be more workflow points than you expected.
Louisiana State Representative Edward Ted James II SBA Regional Administrator District 6 South Central
by Murray Wennerlund published 1-2-2022 2 min. 22 seconds read
First SBA announcement for the new year that may bring a shakeup to the disaster lending program. Or will Mr. James simply abandon the idea of creating a lending program designed to assist disaster recovery efforts and keep things as they are?
Low Income Small Business owners with real property and unmet needs can use HUD Economic Revitalization grants
by Murray Wennerlund published 12-20-2021 updated 12-22-2021 2 min. 5 seconds read
Small Businesses that own real property, are low income, filed a disaster claim with FEMA, filed an application with SBA that was denied could be eligible for HUD CDBG-DR grants managed by your state agency for Unmet Economic Revitalization Needs.
HUD CDBG-DR Grants funded by Public Law 117-43 from the 117 Congress
by Murray Wennerlund published 10-31-2021 updated 11-6-2021 3 min. 22 seconds read
Federal Taxpayer funded disaster recovery grant funds have been allocated to major and severe disasters declared in 2020 and 2021. H.R.5305 - Extending Government Funding and Delivering Emergency Assistance Act is allocating
Disaster Assistance by Louisiana Governors Get a Game Plan using Communications Obscurity to limit assistance
by Murray Wennerlund published 10-4-2021 updated 1-15-2022 4 min. 10 seconds read
How Louisiana makes its "Get a Game Plan" nearly impossible for the people living in the state to understand where to get disaster recovery assistance. With every new storm, new websites are created and now they are creating compartmental websites.
We are sharing with you our experiences with the federal disaster assistance agencies. We'll guide you the best we can. We'll attempt to update our guidance promptly when homeowners report changes to federal and state programs.