State Offering RREM Workshop in Atlantic City

Nov 20, 2017

Still having problems rebuilding five years after Superstorm Sandy or still waiting for the state to sign off on your RREM application a year or more after moving back into your home? Wondering what’s going on with your escrow account? Or if you still have a caseworker?

Representatives from the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, Sandy Recovery Division, will be at the All Wars Memorial Building in Atlantic City on Thursday, Nov. 30 to provide personal assistance for Sandy-impacted homeowners participating in the Reconstruction, Rehabilitation, Elevation and Mitigation (RREM) program and the LMI Homeowner Rebuilding Program, as well as for rental property owners participating in the Landlord Rental Repair Program.

Besides getting individualized, hands-on assistance, this is also an opportunity for people to submit necessary documents and understand next steps in the rebuilding process.

The All Wars Memorial Building is located at 1510 Adriatic Ave.

During the first 30 minutes of the workshop there will be a presentation to address contractor performance issues, including contractor fraud. During the final three hours participants of the RREM, LMI and LRRP programs can meet with experienced representatives knowledgeable about the programs.

The workshop is open to eligible RREM Program, LMI Program and LRRP participants. No appointment is necessary.

For more information, applicants may contact the DCA’s Sandy Constituent Services Office by calling 609-292-3750 or by emailing—P.J.


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