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New Orleans — Bridget Vinson describes her company’s property managers as the stars who have helped her recover after Hurricane Katrina swamped this city in 2005.
Freddie Mac and its lender partners are working closely with their Gulf Coast borrowers to make sure multifamily owners have the help they need to rebuild properties in communities devastated by Hurricane Katrina in August 2005.
Restoring Trust - School of Demolition - Tougher Codes - High Hazard Study - Storm-Tracking Tools
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Katrina by the Numbers
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