Does Vine Grove Court have a history of flooding? Any issues with living on Vine Grove Court?

Asked by C, 12159 Fri Jan 7, 2011

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Alfonso Paro…, Agent, Houston, TX
Wed Jan 9, 2013
Hello There,


You might want to ask the owner (when you place an offer) to provide a CLUE report. That will have any claim history on the property.

You can also do a preliminary search at
http://www.harriscountyfemt.org/

Perhaps you don't need to be in a flood zone to get flooded. That's why a CLUE report could help.

If you don't have a REALTOR yet I would like to invite your to review my profile. Feel free to contact me if you feel I could be a fit on your needs. I will happy to go over your goals. By the way I am a 77433 resident too and I have flood coverage even if I am not in a flood area. You just never know.

Regards

AP
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Jay Abeya, Mortgage Broker Or Lender, Houston, TX
Thu Jan 20, 2011
Your best bet is check the FEMA flood maps to see or ask your insurance agent. Vine Grove area is a great area to live. Good Luck with your search and if you have any mortgage questions or concerns please feel free to contact me. Have a great day!

Jay Abeya
Mortgage Banker
K&G Capital Mortgage
832-813-0100 ext 332
832-524-3842 cell
jabeya@kgcm.com
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Savannah Bow…, Agent, Fort Collins, CO
Wed Jan 19, 2011
I agree with both answers. The FEMA flood map will show you what flood zone it is located in and will provide the most accurate information. Anything in the 100yr floos zone requires flood insurance, but I recommend all property owners having it. We get too many freak storms out here!

Does the home itself show water signs that you might be noticing? A professional inspector can help determine specific damage concerns. Insurance companies, of course, have this information on hand.

Best to you!

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Herma Young, , Cypress, AL
Sat Jan 8, 2011
Hi,

I live in Cypress and I was the Realtor for my son who just purchased a home in Cypress also. He is very estatic about their home and the area. The best way to find out if a property has had flood problems is to ask your insurance agent about a particular address.

I am familiar with the area and if you are looking to buy, just give me a call. It is a good time to buy because the interest rates are low and there are alot of homes on the market.

Thanks and Happy New Year.

Herma Young/Realtor
832-368-3763
Bryce Daniel Properties
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Anna M Brocco, Agent, Williston Park, NY
Fri Jan 7, 2011
See link, you can search area flood maps.....
http://www.fema.gov/hazard/map/index.shtm
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