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Temporary Halt in Residential Evictions to Prevent the Further Spread of COVID-19 An unpublished Notice by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on 09 04 2020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
How do I know if my mortgage is federally backed or federally secured? COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program Appeals Process.
FAQ#: 460 published 1-13-2022 2 min. 50 seconds read
Reconsideration of Declined Loan Applications SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL)
FAQ#: 235 published 4-23-2020 updated 1-4-2022 4 min. 48 seconds read
Reconsideration of Declined EIDL add Personal Financial Statement Disaster Programs SBA Form 413D (03-18) to your document list.
FAQ#: 403 published 8-6-2020 updated 12-31-2021 1 min. 54 seconds read
FEMA Resource for Substantially damaged homes
FAQ#: 384 published 4-25-2021 updated 12-31-2021 1 min. 27 seconds read
Insurance company issued a two-party check for hurricane damage repairs but my mortgage handler is holding the money from me. Why are they doing this?
FAQ#: 455 published 12-30-2021 3 min. 44 seconds read
What is a labor broker and how do they work?
FAQ#: 450 published 12-13-2021 1 min. 25 seconds read
What would you normally find on a Schedule of Liabilities form?
FAQ#: 274 published 8-5-2020 updated 12-11-2021 2 min. 2 seconds read
What does FEMA Federal Cost Share cover and does my state have to agree to pay the cost share?
FAQ#: 461 published 9-22-2021 updated 12-11-2021 3 min. 57 seconds read
Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) for Independent Contractors, Self-Employed and others is coming to an end but don't stop filing if you are unemployed.
FAQ#: 260 published 8-11-2021 1 min. 19 seconds read
SBA proposed to remove provisions that currently make faith-based organizations ineligible for certain SBA disaster loans and other loan eligibility issues determined to violate the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment to the Constitution.
FAQ#: 442 published 8-10-2021 5 min. 38 seconds read