The Fund for Restoration of Multifamily Housing (FRM) Program, which is administered by the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency (HMFA), finances the repair or replacement of rental housing units damaged or destroyed by Superstorm Sandy.
During the first 90 days of lease-up at FRM-funded housing developments, priority for residency will be given to Sandy-impacted residents who registered for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) assistance or who rented an apartment or owned a primary residence that was no longer habitable because of Sandy damage.
To help Sandy-impacted residents find permanent affordable housing as soon as possible, visit the New Jersey Housing Resource Center (HRC), administered by the HMFA at http://njhrc.gov.
Once on the HRC webpage, click on "Find Housing" then click on "Priority Housing for Sandy-Impacted Residents." As FRM projects are completed in the months and years ahead, more available affordable housing units will be added to the page.
The HRC is FREE, easy to use, and has played a critical role in disaster relocation efforts in the past.
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Click below to display a list of available housing opportunities funded with federal Sandy Recovery funds in the nine most impacted counties: