Take a trip to Katy Texas with top producing Middletown real estate agent Jason Morris as he sees first hand the catastrophic damage left in the wake of the most recent string of hurricaines. Most of these homeowners did NOT have flood insurance. This should be a wake up call to all homeowners.
Thinking about selling your home?
Thinking about buying a new home?
The cleanup effort in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey is ongoing here in Katy, Texas, where I’ve joined Keller Williams’ relief initiative with many others to lending a helping hand to those in need.
As you can see in the video above, it’s a nightmare of a mess. Many folks are unloading everything from inside their houses onto wheelbarrows and dumping the clutter onto the street. The house we’re cleaning out now had a water line that reached
four feet up the wall.
The whole experience has brought a couple of points to my mind that I want to share with you.
DONATIONS ARE STILL VERY MUCH NEEDED FOR THE FOLKS DOWN HERE IN TEXAS.
First, if you live in an area in Middletown that’s had its flood lines remapped, you should seriously consider getting flood insurance. There are definitely some areas that have been remapped, and not all mortgage companies know about it.
Second, remember that any donations are still very much needed for the folks down here in Texas. Whether that’s food, supplies, or
money, every little bit helps.
If you have any questions about how to donate or how to obtain flood insurance, don’t hesitate to get in touch with me. I’d love to help you.