Homeowners in County Surry can be fixed after the Sparta earthquake

Homeowners in Surry County may be eligible for home repairs associated with damage from the Sparta earthquake last summer.The Homeowners’ Earthquake Recovery Program provides assistance to repair, rebuild, replace or reimburse owners for completed repairs. Homeowners can participate even if they have received funds from other sources, including Small Business Administration loans or private bank loans, officials said. The recovery program may repay loan proceeds used for earthquake-related repairs, including structural repairs, heating, and other security needs.Non-urgent repairs or property improvements are not eligible for the The Disaster Recovery Team of the State Budget Management Office works closely with the Emergency Management Individual Assistance Program Division for Seismic Assistance. While homeowners have submitted information to the Emergency Management Division, they are still eligible for assistance, officials said. to find out what assistance they may be entitled to.

Homeowners in Surry County may be eligible for home repairs related to damage from the Sparta earthquake last summer.

The Earthquake Homeowner Recovery Program provides assistance to repair, rebuild, replace, or reimburse homeowners for completed repairs.

Homeowners can participate even if they have received funds from other sources, including Small Business Administration loans or private bank loans, officials said.

If a homeowner is approved for a small business association or a private bank loan for home repairs, the publicly funded homeowner’s earthquake recovery program can reimburse the loan proceeds used for home repairs. earthquake, including structural repairs, heating and other safety needs.

Non-urgent repairs or property improvements are not eligible for reimbursement.

The Disaster Recovery Team of the Office of State Budget Management works closely with the Emergency Management Division’s Individual Assistance Program for earthquake assistance. While homeowners have submitted information to the Emergency Management Division, they are still eligible for assistance, officials said.

Eligibility criteria are listed online at osbm.nc.gov/earthquake-homeowner-recovery-program.

Homeowners can call 844-935-1744 to find out what assistance they may be entitled to.

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