CHARLESTON, West Virginia — Federal disaster loans are available in parts of Kentucky, West Virginia and Virginia for weather-related damage in March.
The U.S. Small Business Administration says Aug. 3 is the deadline to apply for loans for physical damage caused by storms and low temperatures from March 3 to March 14.
Loans are available in Martin and Pike counties in Kentucky; Mingo, Lincoln, Logan, McDowell, Wayne and Wyoming counties in West Virginia; and Buchanan County in Virginia.
Loans of up to $2 million are available for businesses and nonprofits.
Homeowners can apply for loans of up $200,000 for real estate damage. Loans also are available for homeowners and renters for personal property damage.
The SBA also offers economic injury disaster loans for small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small aquaculture businesses and private nonprofits.