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Governor Announces Hurricane Recovery Loan$, Business, Homeowners, MH

November 3rd, 2017

HouseLoansManufacturedHousingIndustryPixabayDailyBusinessNewsManufacturedHousingIndustryResearchFinanceReportsDataIn a program that manufactured homes qualify for, “The town of Fair Bluff will receive $1.85 million to help rebuild homes damaged by Hurricane Matthew and improve the town’s water supply, Governor Roy Cooper announced Thursday in a release to the Daily Business News.

This followed a previous announcement from the governor’s office that “funds will be matched by private lenders to provide at least $15 million in loans available to small businesses in Matthew-affected areas, especially in Robeson, Cumberland, Edgecombe and Wayne counties.”

Similar programs are available in other states impacted by this year’s hurricane season.


Post-Hurricane Matthews, NC, photo credit, Pulse Headlines.

North Carolina Emergency Management will help repair, rebuild and elevate single-family homes, as well as rehabilitate manufactured housing,” per their statement to MHProNews.


For more details, click here to see the current and previous release from Governor Cooper’s office.


Industry professionals, including manufactured home community operators in impacted areas, should consider contacting their state association for potential additional insights and guidance.   © ## (News, Analysis.)

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