is there any flooding the this area... or forest fires..

Asked by ciaobellainga, San Antonio, TX Wed Nov 7, 2012

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Steve Johnson, Agent, Spring Branch, TX
Thu Nov 8, 2012
The sellers disclosures show that the current owner does not carry flood insurance and the property per the sellers disclosures have not had any flooding. The home is on City (SAWS) water system so water should not be a problem out there. The property out this way does get dry, but we dont have as many fire issues like California does. The home is located in a nice area.


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Jason Campbe…, Agent, San Antonio, TX
Wed Nov 7, 2012
This property does not appear to be in a flood zone... an there is no documentation of a forrest fire... though there is no real way to prevent such a thing anywhere really..

What are you looking for exactly? I'll send you a much more focused list than you can find on Trulia.

Jason C Campbell
Option One Real Estate
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Doc & Ellen…, Agent, San Antonio, TX
Wed Nov 7, 2012
Hi, Inga,

You can determine the flood status of ANY address in Bexar or Wilson counties here:

http://gis.sara-tx.org/mapviewer/default.aspx?Theme=Bexar_Fl…

According to the current flood map, the property at 63 Reynosa, 78261 does not appear to be in any active flood zone. Generally, that area is higher elevation than the surrounding area. While Forest Fires can occur anywhere that trees are common, there are no reports of any in this area.

If you want to go see the property, let us know.

Best regards,

Ellen and Doc Stephens, REALTORS
Keller Williams Realty
(210) 764-9403
Web Reference:  http://ElegantTexasHomes.com
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David Munro, Agent, SAN ANTONIO, TX
Wed Nov 7, 2012
Doesn't show to be any history of flooding or forest fires in this area. These are definitely issues that not only would the seller have to disclose--but would also be well documented by insurance companies. In other words---they would not likely be able to hide such issues if they have encountered them.

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Marty Shields, Agent, San Antonio, TX
Wed Nov 7, 2012
Sorry my keyboard is sticking.
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Marty Shields, Agent, San Antonio, TX
Wed Nov 7, 2012
From what I can see mmost homeowners in this arae do not carry Flood insurance. If the home was in the 100 year flood plain the mortgage company would require flood insurance. No forest fire from my research but during drought anything can happen. If these ae issues to you then mae sure when you purchase that you pay for additional coverage.

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