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Hurricane Sandy Mount Loretto

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Staten Island presentation at the Mount Loretto CYO on Feb 7, 2013.

Staten Island presentation at the Mount Loretto CYO on Feb 7, 2013.

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  • 1. We’re Here to Help Rebates save homes and familiesTony Maull703-722-9122 x 1 February 7, 2013tony@savebigbread.com © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 2. Tony Maull - Presenter President and co-founder SaveBigBread.com Former Ernst & Young Clean Technology Leader VP at Experian (Data and Analytics Division) Software and Technology Investment Banker www.linkedin.com/in/maull/ © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 3. Presentation agenda1.  Whole house grants, rebates and loans 1.  FEMA Individual & Households Program 2.  SBA Disaster Loans 3.  NYSERDA Home Performance2.  Individual product rebates 1.  Manufacturer + Utility 2.  Federal Tax Credits3.  Community Block Grants 1.  $16 billion in Federal aid 2 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 4. Response to aid“I was surprised at the response I got from FEMAthat the only help for the middle class is to applyfor loan, then if u are denied then u can comeback to FEMA.It looks like if u are living a clean life there is nohelp for u. I wish they considered the so callmiddle class that are living from paycheck topaycheck.”http://www.facebook.com/HurricaneSandyRestore 3 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 5. A homeowner speaks“Toms River NJ – buying lumberout of pocket and waiting forchecks to really start.”http://www.facebook.com/HurricaneSandyRestore 4 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 6. Whole home sources of cashRichmond CountyAvg. home value $456,000 Is the coverage for replacement or depreciated value? Do you know your flood coverage? Homeowner’s Insurance 5 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 7. Whole home sources of cashRichmond CountyAvg. home value $456,000 2013 limit $31,900 Restore to minimum FEMA IHP standards determined by FEMA. Homeowner’s Insurance 6 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 8. Whole home sources of cashRichmond CountyAvg. home value $456,000 $200,000 limit for homeowners. Requires collateral SBA Disaster Loan and income verification. FEMA IHP Homeowner’s Insurance 7 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 9. Whole home sources of cashRichmond CountyAvg. home value $456,000 NYSERDA Home 1.  10% cashback up Performance to $3,000. 2.  3.99% loans up to $25,000. SBA Disaster Loan 3.  50% grant up to $5,000 for a family FEMA IHP of four with household income up to $65,000. Homeowner’s Insurance 8 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 10. Manufacturer + Utility rebates 1.  Consolidated Edison 1.  Air conditioning $600* 2.  Air sealing $300* 3.  Boiler $1,000* 4.  Furnace $600* 5.  Refrigerator $100* 2.  National Grid 1.  Boilers $1,000* 2.  Furnace $600* 3.  Water Heater (indirect) $300* *check your SaveBigBread account for rebate details. 9 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 11. How does this work?Combined HVAC rebatesManufacturer rebate $1,100ConEd Air Condition rebate 600ConEd Furnace rebate 600US Tax Credit Air Condition 300US Tax Credit Furnace 150 Total Rebates $2,750 10 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 12. New York Community Grants•  HUD allocations-Sandy funds •  New York City $1.77 billion •  State of New York $1.71 billion 11 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 13. Single Family Rehabilitation•  $350 million (NYC Program) •  9,300 homeowners •  Moderate/middle income •  1,000 homes destroyed •  8,300 homes damaged 12 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 14. Multi-Family Rehabilitation•  $250 million (NYC Program) •  12,970 homeowners •  Low/moderate/middle income •  Grants •  Low interest loans 13 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 15. Home buy back•  $400 million (NY State Program) •  1,000 homeowners •  Significant damage •  Pre-storm values 14 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 16. NYC program calendar•  Ready to take applications •  Mid April, 2013•  Distribute funds •  May through June, 2013 15 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 17. We need to do this!Register on SaveBigBread •  http:Sandy.SaveBigBread.com •  Check boxes on categories •  Policy makers can see areas of need 16 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 18. We need to do this!“Grants not Loans” Petition •  Petition for grants versus loans •  305,000 homes damaged •  Buyback is very limited •  http://bit.ly/Grantsnotloans 17 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 19. We need to do this! Share ideas on the community site •  https://getsatisfaction.com/ savebigbread •  Post questions and get answers regarding rebate availability. 18 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 20. My next steps 1. Links 1.  Seminar video 2.  Seminar slides 1.  http://www.slideshare.net/ tonymaull92/hurricane-sandy- mount-loretto 3.  Community site 1.  https://getsatisfaction.com/ savebigbread 19 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 21. My next steps 1.  Additional questions 1.  Income definitions 2.  Verify status of utility programs 1.  Both National Grid and Con Edison are funded for 2013 as of Feb 2013. Check your SaveBigBread account for the 2013 (click “details”) rebate forms. 20 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 22. My next steps 1.  Additional questions 1.  NYSERDA Home Performance 10%, $3,000 cashback program income requirements •  Owners of single-family or a two-to-four unit multifamily are eligible to participate. 2.  NYSERDA Assisted Home Performance $5,000 grant •  Average guideline is a family of four with household income up to $65,000 qualifies. 3.  Verify status of utility programs •  Both National Grid and Con Edison are funded for 2013 as of Feb 2013. Check your SaveBigBread account for the 2013 (click “details”) rebate forms. 21 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 23. My next steps Sandy HUD Grants Petition site •  http://bit.ly/Grantsnotloans •  Secretary Donovan •  Governors Christie and Cuomo •  Mayor Bloomberg 22 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 24. Questions Tony Maull tony@savebigbread.comRebates on:•  Appliances•  Heating and cooling•  Insulation•  Roofing•  Windows and doors•  Lighting 23 © 2012 Save Big Bread LLC. All rights reserved.