Ginny Lacey…, Real Estate Pro in North Kingstown, RI

How will the new Flood Maps in Narragansett, Charlestown and South Kingstown formulated for discussion now for 2013 impact buyers in flood zones?

Asked by Ginny Lacey Gorman, North Kingstown, RI Mon Mar 18, 2013

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EdithJasser YourRealtor4Life’s answer
I am assuming that you are a Realtor asking this questions, Am I right? In that case I suggest you place
this question for discussion with other Realtors instead of in the question and answer section into the
blog section, where Realtors will actually exchange their own thoughts and ideas!!!!
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Mar 18, 2013
Go to the FEMA website or type in "FEMA Flood Maps" to Google. Its a great site and will give you lots of information. It can be a big problem and its important to do your homework.

Good Luck!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Nov 4, 2013
I see a lot of houses that has already been sold here. in that case this is a useles web site. Thank you
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