Some home owners that were affected by Superstorm Sandy didn’t have flood insurance—they may have not known they needed it because, for example, they no longer had a mortgage so they weren’t notified of the need for flood insurance. Even if you don’t have a mortgage, if your home is in a high risk area, … Read more Home owners living in high-risk flood areas need flood insurance and an emergency plan to protect crucial documents!
Today marks the first anniversary of Superstorm Sandy. On October 29, 2012, Sandy blasted New York City with a record storm surge as high as 13 feet, as well as the Jersey Shore and New England, ultimately killing 159 people along the East Coast and damaging more than 650,000 homes. The storm caused $70 billion … Read more Sandy 1 Year Later – Community Solutions in Recovery and Rebuilding Still Going Strong
For families and individuals affected by Sandy, the complex maze of benefits, loan applications, insurance paperwork, home repair or rebuild plans, etc., is overwhelming! If you find yourself struggling to keep up with all the paperwork and pending deadlines for benefits – contact the New York Disaster Interfaith Services and request a free Disaster Case … Read more Still Trying to Figure Out Disaster Assistance and Benefits? Apply for a Disaster Case Manager to Help You!
Governor Cuomo has announced that New York State’s Housing Recovery Program will fully compensate homeowners affected by Sandy, Irene and Lee for repair costs of damage due to earth movement not currently covered in the National Flood Insurance Program. For more information about this and other assistance available from the state, call 1-855-697-7263 or visit … Read more New Housing Repair Assistance for Homeowners Affected by Sandy
Its been a year since Hurricane Sandy ravaged communities throughout New York and scammers are still trying to profit by the large numbers of water-damaged cars that were left in the debris. The Federal Trade Commission warned reports that more than 250,000 cars were left badly damaged after Sandy. Out of this number, 212,000 of … Read more In the market for a new car? Be aware – Scammers still selling Hurricane Sandy-damaged cars