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FEMA aid slow to reach Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands

FEMA aid slow to reach Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands

Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands have been slow to receive recovery aid following Hurricanes Maria and Irma,...

FEMA aid slow to reach Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
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1111 Lincoln inks retail lease with Yoyoso, Miami-Dade and Related Urban reveal massive affordable housing plan

Every day, The Real Deal rounds up South Florida’s biggest real estate news, from breaking news and scoops to announcements and deals. We update...

1111 Lincoln inks retail lease with Yoyoso, Miami-Dade and Related Urban reveal massive affordable housing plan
National Cheat Sheet: JLL plans $3B stock offering … & more

National Cheat Sheet: JLL plans $3B stock offering … & more

JLL plans $3B stock offering for one of its REITs Jones Lang LaSalle hopes to raise up to $3...

National Cheat Sheet: JLL plans $3B stock offering … & more
Evacuees from Puerto Rico face intense housing shortage in Florida

Evacuees from Puerto Rico face intense housing shortage in Florida

From TRD New York: Evacuees from Puerto Rico, fleeing the long-standing power outage caused by Hurricane Maria, are settling...

Evacuees from Puerto Rico face intense housing shortage in Florida
Hurricane Irma obliterated hundreds of properties in Monroe County

Hurricane Irma obliterated hundreds of properties in Monroe County

Monroe County government employees say 675 residential and commercial structures were destroyed by Hurricane Irma in Monroe County, while...

Hurricane Irma obliterated hundreds of properties in Monroe County
Post-Hurricane Irma, FEMA inks quick office lease in Doral

Post-Hurricane Irma, FEMA inks quick office lease in Doral

FEMA just inked a large, short-term lease in Doral. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is leasing a nearly 94,000-square-foot...

Post-Hurricane Irma, FEMA inks quick office lease in Doral
Hurricane Irma has already resulted in 20k flood insurance claims — and it’s still early

Hurricane Irma has already resulted in 20k flood insurance claims — and it’s still early

Hurricane Irma has already resulted in about 20,000 federal flood insurance claims in Florida, according to a top FEMA official. Roy E. Wright, head...

Hurricane Irma has already resulted in 20k flood insurance claims — and it’s still early
Live in the Keys? There’s a solid chance your home was destroyed by Irma

Live in the Keys? There’s a solid chance your home was destroyed by Irma

About 25 percent of homes in the Florida Keys were destroyed after Hurricane Irma barreled through Florida’s tropical islands...

Live in the Keys? There’s a solid chance your home was destroyed by Irma
New flood coverage via FEMA at stake as deadline approaches

New flood coverage via FEMA at stake as deadline approaches

A 2014 re-authorization of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is scheduled to expire Sept. 30. A Congressional failure...

New flood coverage via FEMA at stake as deadline approaches
FEMA floats new construction regulations for flood areas

FEMA floats new construction regulations for flood areas

A newly proposed regulation from the Federal Emergency Management Agency has the potential to raise construction costs for federally funded...

FEMA floats new construction regulations for flood areas
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