At the strike of midnight Saturday, the Department of Economic Opportunity’s successful Homeowner Assistance Program will stop accepting new registrations from Florida homeowners seeking financial help.
Adam Callaway, the DEO’s deputy secretary of strategic business development, told News 6 that the HALF program, which started in February, has already helped nearly 9,000 homeowners statewide, issuing an average of $50,000 per resident.
“We haven’t run out of funds yet, Callaway said. “We anticipate
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