FAQ#: 124 published 5-14-2019
GAO-19-232 2017 CDBG-DR Grants Page 22:
"Including SBA applicants that were denied assistance."
"Florida and Puerto Rico included SBA applicants whose units were not inspected because they were denied disaster loans, although the extent to which these units sustained damages was unknown. Florida estimated approximately $1.8 billion and Puerto Rico approximately $1.5 billion in housing needs for these SBA applicants. Florida and Puerto Rico officials told us that they included these applicants because being denied did not necessarily mean that these applicants did not experience losses. For example, SBA applicants can be denied loan assistance based on their inability to repay, despite potentially having unmet needs. Similarly, HUD officials explained that they consider applications that SBA has denied as a potential indicator of unmet needs."
For those of you in Florida, Puerto Rico or any other state or commonwealth that were denied by the SBA and not inspected you will have the right to have HUD CDBG-DR inspect your home and provide you with a damage assessment.
You also are nearly 100% qualified for a Hardship waiver because you have been "Denied" or "Declined" by the SBA and under the HUD Guidance of Nov. 16, 2011 that identifies you has an automatic hardship.
You will be provided HUD CDBG-DR grants after you report to your state grantee that you were declined by the SBA. Your state may not offer this information. The Datafeed the states subscribe to will not always provide data related to Declined loans and Cancellation codes related to agency declined loans.
Renter's or Homeowner's Declaration required by the CDC to prevent evictions before Dec. 31, 2020 or if extended the new date.
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I am not a U.S. Citizen but my business meets all the other criteria for a COVID-19 EIDL will I get a loan?
FAQ#: 310 published 11-30-2020 8 min. 24 seconds read
I was not told why my SBA EIDL was declined. Does the SBA send a reason code or declined reason by letter?
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FEMA Disaster Assistance for Individuals and Households Program which is provided for temporary repairs of your home so you are not dependent on other housing assistance and is not a Duplication of Benefits (DOB) to other assistance and HUD CDBG-DR Grants
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Louisiana Workforce Commission LWC filing your DUA and PUA with the expectation of a backdated FPUC.
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Louisiana Workforce Commission note, Start of new calendar quarter may require some to file a new unemployment
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Temporary Halt in Residential Evictions to Prevent the Further Spread of COVID-19 An unpublished Notice by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on 09/04/2020
FAQ#: 416 published 9-3-2020 12 seconds read
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I made a mistake listing my revenue when I applied for the SBA EIDL, I would like reconsideration for the loan.
FAQ#: 386 published 9-1-2020 2 min. 32 seconds read
You make it your concern to help others by providing much needed information. You take all disaster recovery issues facing homeowners today and make them your Matters Under Review. If this sounds like you, visit Matters Under Review (MUR) for more information.
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