By Laura Perdew
Financial institutions with low-interest loan programs for homeowners who experienced damage in the La Habra earthquake and aftershocks can be found at the Fullerton Chamber of Commerce website (www.fullertonchamber.com).
According to Theresa Harvey, President of Fullerton Chamber of Commerce, “Our members continue to be responsive to the needs of our community. By streamlining the lending process, homeowners who have equity in their homes may qualify for low-interest loan programs to repair earthquake damage, make repairs in anticipation of the next shaker, or address deferred maintenance on residential properties.”
Following the March 28, 2014 La Habra earthquake and subsequent aftershocks, City of Fullerton personnel worked tirelessly with various agencies to ensure homes, businesses, and schools were safe and that city infrastructure were repaired.
A few days later on April 1, the Fullerton City Council approved a proposal that earthquake-related inspections and permit fees be waived for necessary repairs. Residents who sustained property damage, and needed an inspection, could contact the City’s Building Department at (714) 738-6541 for assistance.
On April 4, the Vice Chair of the Orange County Board of Supervisors proclaimed a local emergency due to damage caused by the La Habra earthquake. The Orange County Board of Supervisors ratified the …read more
Source: Fullerton Chamber of Commerce