On average, it takes 20 months after a disaster before the US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s housing assistance programs begin distributing money to victims. Under a new program, private lenders will begin filling the gap. The program will distribute money for disaster repairs through loans from Enterprise and Morgan Stanley, and taxpayers will repay the loans with interest. It’s received mixed responses.
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