What shape is roof in and electrical wiring also plumbing. How deep did the water cover house?( flood zone A-14) Dan

Asked by Duff, Lake Catherine, New Orleans, LA Mon Jun 25, 2012

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Amy Perdomo, Agent, New Orleans, LA
Mon Jun 25, 2012
Duff,
I would be more than happy to help you.
I ran a search of the historical MLS data linked to this property, and I have the information to share with you. I traced the chain of acquisition, dating back to the sale in 2006 that occurred a year after the storm. I have the property disclosures, neighborhood demographics, market trends, and flood reports to send you via email. Do not hesitate to call (504-617-0517) or email me (amycperdomo@gmail.com) at your earliest convenience, and I will get you this info asap.
Look forward to assisting you, and hopefully helping you spend your summer on the water.
Talk Soon,
Amy Perdomo
http://www.504BuyersAgent.com
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ian cockburn, Agent, New Orleans, LA
Mon Jun 25, 2012
If you are a serious buyer, you would visit the house in person or have an agent in the area check that for you.
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Ron Thomas, Agent, Fresno, CA
Mon Jun 25, 2012
This is kind of a margin thing:
Realtors are not supposed to act as Inspectors, any more than as Attorneys or Tax Advisors.

We are advised to report things which are in our casual perview, but not to investigate things for which we have no training or a license.

If you are interested in this house, a formal Inspection, maybe more than one, would be called for.
Possibly you should visit the property yourself.
A Realtor, particularly one who wants to LIST or SELL this property, should not get involved like this.

Good luck and may God bless
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