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Katrina Housing: 09/06/05 - The need is great to get evacuees out of emergency shelters and people have been opening up their homes to help. These are some of the links I've found so far. In an effort to help those that lost their homes due to Hurricane Katrina find temporary housing, we have developed this web site for those wishing to post available housing or rental property for hurricane victims.
Craig's List Housing

Katrina Housing Initiative Our Purpose
Intens is syndicating information from other websites that allow individuals & organizations to post housing offers. 

Click Here For Habitat For Humanity Web Site


National Apartment Association: Every state in the U.S. will be impacted by Hurricane Katrina as displaced individuals and families seek shelter near family and friends and begin to start their lives over. Use this checklist to insure that your apartment community is ready to compassionately meet the housing needs of Katrina’s victims.

September 2, 2005

Treasury and IRS Expand Availability of
Housing for Hurricane Victims

WASHINGTON, DC– The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) today announced that they will waive low-income housing tax credit rules that prohibit owners of low-income housing from providing housing to victims of Hurricane Katrina who do not qualify as low-income.  The action will expand the availability of housing for disaster victims and their families.

Because of the widespread devastation to housing caused by Hurricane Katrina, the Treasury Department and the IRS will temporarily suspend income limitation requirements and non-transient requirements for qualified low-income housing projects located anywhere in the United States.

"The widespread damage caused by the hurricane left many thousands of Americans homeless," stated Treasury Secretary John W. Snow.  "We hope that providing this disaster relief will allow states to temporarily house many of the needy whose homes were destroyed."



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