What if your property was damaged in a Presidential Disaster?
The Stafford Act is a 1988 version of the Disaster Relief Act of 1974. It created the system in place today by which a presidential disaster declaration or an emergency declaration triggers financial and physical assistance through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) .
Presidential Disasters can jeopardize your property in the blink of an eye,
More information about presidential disasters including the preliminary damage assessment, government resources, declaration types, appeals, and post declaration process can be found on the FEMA website.
If you have questions regarding Presidential Disasters and how they affect you and your property, please contact Exclusive Financial Resources at (980) 242-2533. Louis Herford at LHerford@Exclusive1031.com or schedule a 15-minute discussion here.