Property Damaged By Sandy? Here's What to Expect if FEMA Inspects the Property
If you have real estate that was damaged by Hurricane Sandy, and have made or plan to make a claim to FEMA for storm-related payments or benefits, you should be aware that applying for disaster-related assistance will trigger an inspection by FEMA personnel. While many affected by the storm may only have limited access to their properties in the shore area, limiting their ability to arrange for an inspection, this link provides a good overview of what to expect from FEMA:
Other resources are also available and listed in the FEMA website linked above.
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