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We understand that members of our NOMAR, NABOR, and GSREIN REALTOR® family have been impacted by the historic flooding across Louisiana. If you or a NOMAR, NABOR or GSREIN REALTOR® you know has suffered damage from these floods, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with contact information and the nature of your loss. 

The Louisiana REALTORS® Relief Fund has been activated and will assist those that have experienced damages and loss. The fund can also actively accept additional contributions with 100% of all funds collected going to disaster relief causes. Please click here to make a donation:

To assist in the process of repairing your life and your home after disaster strikes, we have complied a list of helpful information you may need in the coming months.  

Rental Properties:

Click here to view a list of rental properties, made in partnership with Louisiana REALTORS® and REALTOR® Associations across the state.

Click here to search the Louisiana Housing Corporation's housing portal.

Click here to view FEMA's Transitional Housing Assistance Guidelines.

Click here to view FEMA's Multi-Family Lease and Repair Program FAQ.


Louisiana REALTORS® Flood & Disaster Information Session Recording & Materials:

Click here to view the information session recording & materials.


How your FEMA Claims process will work:

Click here to see an in-depth explanation.


Volunteer Efforts

If you are interested in volunteering to help bring aid to Louisiana residents affected by last weekend's historic flooding, please visit the following websites:

Volunteer Louisiana

Keller-Williams Realty Cares

Additionally, Jessica Carroll is collecting old towels, blankets, pillows, mattress covers and sheets for the LA SPCA - they will be used for bedding for the dogs that are at the shelters - some dogs are waiting for their owners to come find them, and some dogs are permanently homeless and will be filtered in to the SPCA's adoption program. Regardless of their circumstance, the dogs are in chain link pens with tarp roofs right now, and anything soft for them to sleep on is appreciated. She works out of the Latter and Blum Lakefront office, and her managing broker, Bill Bliss, is allowing donations to come to her office, which is located at 7039 Canal Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70124.

If you are a member organizing volunteer efforts and would like to be featured in REALNews, please let us know by emailing
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Emergency-Related Resources:

To check a list of current weather alerts with related watches and warnings, click here:

To access a list of area shelters that are open by parish, click here:

Please visit the Louisiana Emergency website for a complete list of up-to-date information as well as pertinent links to various disaster relief programs: 

To access the Governor's Office of Homeland Security, click here:


Protect your Property document from Louisiana Appleseed and Greater New Orleans Housing Alliance:

Download the document in three languages: English, Spanish, and Vietnamese.


Flood insurance: 

If you know someone without flood insurance, FEMA's disaster relief program provides grants and loans. FEMA's disaster relief number is (800) 621-3362.

Most flood insurance departments are not open on the weekend.

If you DO HAVE flood insurance, here are a few helpful flood claims numbers:
Allstate (800) 527-2634 or (866) 747-1603
American Bankers/ Assurant (800) 423-4403
Bankers Insurance Group (800) 627-0000 ext 4704
Liberty Mutual (800) 225-2467
State Farm (800) 782-8332

The following companies share the same claims response number: (877) 486-7736
National General

FEMA: Flood Insurance Manual effective April 1, 2016: 

Instructions for the Flood Claim process: 


FEMA and Federal Aid:


Please click here to see a summary of the Federal Aid for Louisiana Flood Victims:

Click here to view the Louisiana disaster page from FEMA: 


After the waters have gone down: 

The first 24 hours after the floodwaters recede are crucial to salvaging the most of your home. For a breakdown of what exactly needs to be done, please click here:


When it comes time to assess the damage, you MUST remember that if you have to pull up flooring and file an insurance claim, be sure to leave at least one square foot of flooring with the underlayment in each room affected. This is so the insurance adjuster can see what type of flooring is being replaced and give you the most accurate reimbursement based on your specific home. If this is not done, the adjuster will not be able to give you the best reimbursement. Check with the Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors before you hire ANYONE to repair the damage. There are rules and laws in place specifically to help you.

When hiring a contractor, it is imperative that you use a licensed and insured contractor. Use these tips when hiring someone to repair your flood damage. 

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New Orleans Metropolitan Association of REALTORS®

Metairie Office
3645 N I-10 Service Rd W
Metairie, LA 70002
Ph: (504) 885-3200
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4350 Hwy 22, Suite J
Mandeville, LA 70471
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