Critical funding for NC communities hardest hit by Hurricane Matthew

Updated August 2, 2017

Release of new HUD Disaster Funds

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson has announced a new allocation of almost $32 million for further aid in Hurricane Matthew recovery.  The funds will be released to the NC state legislature as HUD Community Development Block Grants.

The Disaster Recovery Program exists to rebuild infrastructure and housing in the most impacted areas.

You can learn more about the program here.


Forgivable Loans for Homeowners impacted by Hurricane Matthew

The North Carolina Housing Finance Agency has announced the release of forgivable loans for homeowners who were victims of Hurricane Matthew.  The agency will release up to $14 million in loans on a first-come, first-served basis.  Applicants should inquire about the program through their local housing agencies.

If you are a homeowner impacted by Hurricane Matthew and want to see if you qualify for this loan program, please visit this link to search for your local housing agency providing disaster recovery services.

You can read more about the program here or contact NCHFA at 919-877-5707.