In the Wake of Natural Disasters

I live in Norwalk, CT and had 3 feet of water in the street in front of my house, a foot of water in my garage and lost power from Saturday night to Wednesday afteroon.  I had neighbors who were worse off since they have basements that flooded.  My heart goes out to people who had it worse than I did with storm damage and some whose health and safety were impacted.

Natural Disaster Property Impacts

Natural Disaster Property Impacts

Fortunately I was home to get my home prepared for the storm including moving items out of the reach of rising waters and then cleaning up afterards.  However, when a home is vacant or the owners are out of town, the house and its contents are vulnerable.

I believe the necessity of having a property manager looking after a vacant home is more obvious during and after times of natural disasters.  Who in your neighborhood has a vacant home that could benefit from your watchful eye?

Published on September 2, 2011 in Property Management

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