It has been a little more than two weeks since Hurricane Harvey touched down in Houston. The flood waters have receded, most evacuees have been able to return to their homes and many businesses have gotten back to normal hours of operation. But the tragedy continues.

Piles of drywall, flooring, and family heirlooms line neighborhood streets. Parking lots are filled with disabled cars. Hundreds of homes continue to sit underwater and will undoubtedly be condemned. Homeowners without flood insurance are left to wonder how they will afford repairs.

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