WEBINAR- How Landlords can Use the FEMA Disaster Loan to Repair Your Flooded Property

with... Karen McClure

Learn How to navigate the SBA Disaster Loan program for flood repairs from someone who has successfully done it. Karen McClure successfully received funds to rehab her property after the Memorial Day 2015 Flood.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Online Webinar
The Third Hot Topic in the Flood Aftermath in this FREE WEBINAR Series package is how Landlords can Use the FEMA Disaster Loan Program to Repair your House.

Your residents may have gotten help from FEMA to escape the flood waters in your property but can FEMA help you recover if you didn’t have flood insurance?  They can.  Karen McClure had some of her property flood during the 2015 Memorial Day Floods and has successfully navigated the waters after the Memorial Day 2015 flood to get a FEMA Disaster Loan through the Small Business Administration to help get her properties up and going after the storm

While this loan program is on-going few real investors understand it and don't realize the powerful tool it can be after a major storm event. 

When you Register for this 1-hour WEBINAR, Karen will share 

  • 3 Insider tips about the process
  • Point out the benefits and pitfalls she experienced using this option to help her recover.  

Karen has owned and managed property in Houston for over 15 years.  After becoming an accidental landlord, she joined RICH to help her navigate this new career.  She started volunteering by working on the Enricher and eventually served on the RICH Board of Directors in various positions, currently serving as Treasurer.

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Free Event



Date: Thursday, September 21, 2017
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

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