$25M Available for Homeowners Impacted by Hurricane Idalia
Home and property owners in 18 Florida counties affected by Hurricane Idalia may now be eligible for state-backed funds to help with repairs and housing assistance. The Hurricane Housing Recovery Program has provided $25 million through the Florida Housing Finance Corp. for homeowners in counties designated as federal disaster areas due to the August 30 storm.
The funds have been distributed to the following eligible counties: Charlotte, Citrus, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Hernando, Hillsborough, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy, Madison, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Sarasota, Suwannee, and Taylor.
Uses of Funds
The allocated funds can be used to demolish, repair, or replace housing, including manufactured homes. They can also be used to purchase building materials, pay insurance deductibles, down payments, and security deposits. However, individuals who have already received state or federal housing assistance are not eligible for these funds.
How to Apply
Florida Realtors® Disaster Relief Fund
In addition to the Hurricane Housing Recovery Program, the Florida Realtors® Disaster Relief Fund also provides financial assistance for victims of Hurricane Idalia and other disasters. Since August 1992, the fund has helped Realtors, their employees, local associations, and staff who have experienced damage to their primary residences or offices caused by natural disasters. The application window for Hurricane Idalia relief closes on March 1.
Source: $25M Available for Homeowners Impacted by Hurricane Idalia – Florida Realtors®
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