What’s Going On In O’Neal Place After Great Flood of August 2016

What’s Really Going On In O’Neal Place After Great Flood of August 2016 and Why? So far in 2017, sold prices are 30% higher than pre-flood! Will this post-flood recovery create a paradigm shift of improvement for the subdivision? It could take a couple of years to complete and a new direction may be possible within! Yes, O’Neal Place, being located very near the Amite River flooded severely during the “Great Flood” of August 2016 with flood water levels between 4.4 to 4.8 feet high and leaving dozens of empty homes where either tenants or owners just walked away. For Continue reading What’s Going On In O’Neal Place After Great Flood of August 2016

How To Apply For Federal Disaster Assistance For Greater Baton Rouge Flood Victims

How To Apply For Federal Disaster Assistance For Greater Baton Rouge Flood Victims. Per WAFB.com: There is actually “9” disaster designated Parishes: Ascension, Jefferson, Lafourche, Livingston, Orleans, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. John and St. Tammany – who sustained uninsured or underinsured Isaac-related damage to their homes, vehicles, personal property, business or its inventory beginning Aug. 26, 2012, can now register with FEMA for assistance. WAFB.com has compiled a helpful list of phone numbers and resources to aid those in need of applying for Department of Homeland Security Federal Assistance. How do I apply?There are several ways to apply for disaster Continue reading How To Apply For Federal Disaster Assistance For Greater Baton Rouge Flood Victims