Landlords could get state money to repair flood-damaged homes
BATON ROUGE- The state is loaning out millions of dollars to landlords trying to repair flood-damaged property.
If landlords meet the requirements they won't have to pay the money back, according to Louisiana Housing Corporation director Robby Bizot.
There are several programs designed to help a diverse group of rental properties.
Bizot says they're mainly targeting affordable housing but market rate units qualify, too.
For more information, applicants are asked to call 225-763-8700.
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