It's been a long wait; applications for this program closed on August 1, 2013.
RREM "provides up to $150,000 for eligible Homeowners to repair, elevate or rebuild their primary residences in the affected communities".
|GA's kitchen, February 2013|
Step 1 is to return documents including authorization for the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and RREM representatives to access/test your property.
Next... that's the wildcard.
What if the DEP finds the air quality in your home sucks and/or the soil in your yard is contaminated?
We shall see. In the meantime, perhaps we can recoup some of our losses.
Of course, there's no guaranty of getting an RREM grant until inspection, etc. but good luck to those who've made it to Step 1.