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Rcbny, Other/Just Looking in Brooklyn, NY

Is there a way to check on New Canaan properties that received damage/flooding in the April '07 Nor'easter?

Asked by Rcbny, Brooklyn, NY Wed Sep 12, 2007

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Many thanks to you both; I was hoping that was the case.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Sep 14, 2007
Robny
I agree with Diane - a Realtor will know some of the areas that most likely would be affected, but I have been dealing with clients and or potential sellers that have not had water in their basementssince they owned the home. That has been 25-30 years in a lot of cases. That being said, there are things you can do to help relieve the pressure that water puts on the foundation of the home. Also, if the homes have received water during that one storm, it has to be disclosed, as Diane mentioned. Hope this helps.
Enjoy the day!

Tim Kellerman
Ovations and Encores, LLC
The Standard in Real Estate Performance
Web Reference: http://www.TKellerman.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Sep 13, 2007
A local realtor would know what areas were affected. That being said, if you find a property there that you like, the sellers' disclosure should make mention of the flood if the home was affected by it. Be sure to get one.
Web Reference: http://www.dianeglander.com
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