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On Repairing/Rebuilding 100,000+ Damaged Houses

Almost lost in all the dollar estimates of property damage is the human loss, suffering and stress.I am not an expert in repairing flood damage, or in dealing with insurance companies, FEMA or all the other pieces that will go into homeowners getting t... The post On Repairing/Rebuilding 100,000+ Damaged Houses was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
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