2013 Hurricanes-Didn't we learn from Hurricane Sandy?
Apr 11, 2013
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As a Real Estate Broker in the Community for 34 years, I must discuss what researchers reported today on Channel 2 News this morning. After Hurricane Sandy, many homeowner's have tried to sell their homes, some are rebuilding, and some just lost their homes period.
But there are those looking for great deals right now, trying to take advantage of others due to their misfortunes. A natural instinct, but can prove to be the worst mistake anyone could possibly experience in their lifetime.
This is not the same as buying a Foreclosure/ or a short sale, but a DEATH WISH if they do not realize we are in for more deadly cycles of future hurricanes. The waters in the Atlantic are getting warmer, creating more moisture.
copy and paste: http://www.nbcnews.com/video/nightly-news/51499018#51499018
another one to copy and paste: http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=50144605n
Imagine people looking in areas of Long Island, say Lindenhurst right now. Where taxes average $10k-$12k per year. And those looking to get a $250k house for $175k or $160k Home, think they are smart by buying right now. BIG MISTAKE!
Or anywhere else that was hit, remember we could go back to the 1950's Cycles when Hurricanes were severe. People/Investors better think twice!
And those remaining, rebuilding, may potentially go through another episode of great Horror all over again. Some learn from the past, and some think it may never happen again. WRONG!
IF I CAN WAKE UP SOME FROM THIS INFORMATIVE ARTICLE AT LEAST I DID REACH THOSE FEW!
JIM TURANO/BROKER*DIVERSE REAL ESTATE-MIDDLE VILLAGE NEW YORK