1. Few people at FEMA offices for small grants

    Few people at FEMA offices for small grants
    FEMA also doesn’t cover damage to second homes. And, by law, FEMA is the last entity that pays out, behind flood insurance and Small Business Administration loans, Schafer said. SBA loans can be used for home or property repairs and are given ...
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    1. There is no attempt by FEMA to make you better off than you were to begin with.
    2. There are certain things FEMA pays for — safe, secure and sanitary.
    3. People say there's a disaster declaration and FEMA is in town so everything is going to be OK. Maybe that expectation is not correct.
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