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At Temporary Accommodations our passion for housing goes beyond finding the perfect temporary house for each displaced family. TA is truly invested in making the most of Additional Living Expense budgets so both policyholders and adjusters can relax during property claims. We reduce stress by providing cost-savings on hotel placements and short term rentals, as well as with our unparalleled claim handling process and automated ClaimTrak Technology. TA also has a passion for disaster prevention and response. Our CAT Relocation team stays prepared 24/7/365 to place property insurance catastrophe response teams within safe proximity of a storm zone. We have responded to many wildfires in California, Colorado, and other western states, as well as hurricanes in Texas, Florida, and near our own headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. Our Housing Teams are staffed by dedicated caretakers, but their passion still reaches further. The Temporary Accommodations Caretakers are known throughout the community in Atlanta as volunteers and volunteer leaders. Stay up to date and read more about our passion in the articles below.

On March 3, 2019, the small sleepy town of Beauregard Alabama began the day just like any other. By 2:00 pm, the chaos began. A violent long track tornado ripped through the town causing 27 fatalities and 97 injuries. By 2:30, the chaos was over. This rural community was devastated.

Hurricane Michael developed into a Category 5 storm on October 10, 2018, and made landfall near Mexico Beach, Florida, in the Florida Panhandle.

The value of the global hotel industry crossed $500 Billion in 2018. In the US alone, that number reached $200 Billion last year.

Natural disasters are threatening to have a devastating effect on the housing market. 

Every year brings bigger and more dire threats to communities across the country. Only so much can be done to protect your home against never-before-seen forces of nature.

For the first time in decades, the Carolinas faced what was, at its peak, a major category four hurricane with the potential to rip homes from their foundations.