September 10th Florida experienced one of the strongest hurricanes since 2005. The Tri-County area of South Florida (Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties), were very fortunate to not have been hit by the eye of the storm as anticipated.
Properties near or on the beach weathered the storm and are intact. Some of the single family residences and commercial buildings were damaged by uprooted tress that could not support the Category 4 winds at appx. 145mph, homes not secured with shutters or impact resistant windows suffered damages along with some aged roofs that ended up with damages as well. Thousands of homeowners were left without electricity, some for as long as 2 weeks.
The cleanup of debris and fallen trees was probably the most that municipalities had seen in a very long time. Residents banded together to help one another through this trying time.
Unfortunately the residents of Key Largo, Islamorada and Key West were not as fortunate. Hurricane Irma battered what most Florida Residents know as "The Conch Republic". Key West itself is generally intact though without power, a water supply and a functional sewage system but it's was not complete devastation. Hurricane Irma's vicious storm surges saturated many of the coastal homes, wrecking vehicles in its path.
Florida Residents are survivors and thanks to updated building codes after Hurricane Andrew, many houses were able to withstand the storm's fury. The recovery process for the Florida Keys is going to be very long but there is definitely light at the end of the tunnel. As of today, businesses are starting to reopen and residents are taking steps to rebuild.
Author:Vinod Kulhari Phone: 954-658-6690 Dated: October 21st 2017 Views: 294 About Vinod: ...
Vinod Kulhari founded BrickStone Realty, Inc. in 2008 during a time when brokerage offices were closing due to the "bust" of the real estate bubble. Being a real estate investor since 1995, he understood the needs of customers whether they were selling or buying and was determined in providing outstanding service to clients across the board. From 2008 through 2012, BrickStone Realty has closed over 800+ transactions with a total sales volume of over $105 Million Dollars.
BrickStone Realty also offers In-House Title Services through Next Level Title, LLC conveniently located within our Pembroke Pines office. Our in-house Title Company understands the urgency of each deal and is a hands-on team player making sure that each deal gets to the closing table.
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