The wildfires have scorched the forests and farmland of the state, burning a swath through the Carolinas.
But real estate brokers and real estate companies are working around the clock to help people get out of their homes and into safe housing.
The first steps are typically to find out if the home is eligible for a mortgage or credit card, then to verify that someone is legally able to move into the home.
They can then do the paperwork to make sure the person is eligible.
They also can do the background checks to see if they are eligible for unemployment or other benefits.
The steps typically take place within two to three days, according to the National Association of Realtors.
The real estate market is still being affected, but the first steps typically happen after people are placed in shelters, according a person familiar with the process.
At least one broker has already been on the ground in the state and working with people who are homeless, according the person.
It’s a process that is getting easier with each passing day, said the person, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he wasn’t authorized to speak to the media.
“If you’re not on the front lines, you’re a piece of shit,” said the broker.
He described the process as a two-step process.
First, he asks people who have nowhere else to go, or who are in shelters or who have lost their homes, if they need help.
If the person says yes, the broker then goes back to them to ask for their name, date of birth, Social Security number, and address, according, he said.
Then he goes back and forth, asking for more information on how the person would be able to pay off the loan.
Then, the person must sign an affidavit stating they can pay off a loan within 30 days, which is generally after the mortgage is paid off, said Chris Davenport, vice president of real estate services for the Realtor’s Association of North Carolina.
At this point, Davenports said he’s received more than 2,000 requests from people in the Tar Heel State to get loans for their home, but said most are for $150,000 or less.
He said he has received requests for loans for more than $1 million, which would be much more difficult to come by.
“It’s very hard for a lot of people,” he said, “but it’s a necessary thing for them to do.”
At the same time, brokers said that people who don’t qualify for assistance often find it difficult to find a place to stay because they don’t have a job or they have a credit score that is low.
In addition, many people who qualify for free housing, which has helped people find a home, are forced to make a $2,000 deposit and have to live at home for a minimum of six months, said David Lappin, executive director of the North Carolina Association of Community Housing and Social Services.
Lappen said he thinks the first step to help a person get out is to get a copy of their Social Security card.
He also recommends people check with the North Carolinas Emergency Management Agency, which provides funding to municipalities and counties to help pay for shelter, emergency shelter, and other assistance.
The agency will usually ask about the person’s income, housing, and family status, but doesn’t have the data on how many people qualify for help.
The state has also asked its Housing Choice Vouchers program to provide $1,000 grants to households and businesses that want to help their neighbors.
For the first six months of the year, the agency said, it is also working with the state to help the state’s emergency management agencies with housing and emergency shelter needs.
“People who need help, they will find it,” Lappensaid.
“They’ll find that if they’re able to get in touch with the agencies, that we’ll get them out of there.”
The agencies have also provided free housing to people who were evicted from their homes in the past two weeks, according Lappinsaid.
The shelter grants have also been used to help hundreds of people who had nowhere else available to stay during the fires, according John L. Johnson, executive vice president and chief financial officer of the Raleigh-based National Association for Community Housing.
In the past few weeks, the group has received more calls than in any other week, he added.
Some people are still living with their parents or other family members in their homes because they can’t find work, he wrote in an email.
But the group is also trying to get people into the housing that they are entitled to.
For instance, in the Carolines North Carolina City, where the fire has destroyed about a third of the town’s homes, the National Alliance for the Homeless has set up a shelter for people who need to be housed, said Lapp. The group