Puerto Rico Evacuees

Evacuees from Puerto Rico face intense housing shortage in Florida Many are being forced to sleep in cars while waiting for FEMA housing

(United States Department of Defense)

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With about 160,000 evacuees arriving since early October alone many of whom landed in Orlando s metro area the state h新上海贵族宝贝论坛

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as been struggling to find housing for the new arrivals. About 26,000 people frequent the state s three disaster-relief centers, but many more are still looking for shelter with some forced to sleep in cars, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Though FEMA is processing temporary housing applications, many are relying on acq爱上海同城手机版

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time being; in some cases for individuals in great need, FEMA is sending people to hotels.

“We unfortunately have not been able to meet demand,” Jeff Hayward, president of Heart上海千花网龙凤论坛

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of Florida United Way, told the Journal.

[WSJ] E.K. Hudson

Tags: fema, Housing Market, Residential Real Estate, South Florida Real Estate
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