Exception to the Disaster Rules

FEMA is drawing the line on distributing recovery funds. Individual homeowners can get aid after a devastating storm but not community associations for their common elements.  Flood waters that swamped part of Nashville’s River Plantation community in May 2010 disappeared within a few days. The damage did not. Nearly all of the 156 slab-floor condominiums in the community’s Section VII neighborhood were saturated and required gut rehabs before residents could move back.   Read more……..

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