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  • South Florida Flood Risks

    2019年6月17日 By wh1 0 comments

    The year in hurricane damage: Is climate change catching up with South Florida RE? If rising sea levels don’t get you, increased taxes for infrastructural retrofitting will

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    After a devastating hurricane season that wrought billions of dollars worth of damage, South Florida property markets are beginning to reveal the long-term fall out from the storms.

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    asingly paying for their own independent flood assessments in order to discover how much risk the property faces as sea levels rise and future hurricanes deluges threaten prized ocean view homes, Bloomberg finds.

    In a report published this month, the property values for homes caught below sea level rise plummet by about 7 percent as a result of their in-built flood risk.

    For Albert Slap, owner of flood assessment company, Irma changed everything in terms of people s awareness of the risks. So much so, in fact, that his business is now on fire because, according to Slap, buyers are becoming more and more wary of real estate agents w上海千花社区

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    ho, as of yet, have no legal requirement to disclose flood risks on properties.

    But even when the flood risks of a particular property aren t a major concern, work on surrounding neighborhoods and connecting infrastructure are proving to be powerful deterrents; raising roads and creating new storm water sys上海贵族宝贝交流区

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    tems mean higher property taxes, which is bill not all new home buyers want to take on. In Miami Beach, such plans will run up a cost of a上海龙凤论坛sh1f

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    [Bloomberg] Erin Hudson

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