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Last updated: October 10, 2018 • Environmental Real Estate

The Red Tide Effects on Real Estate

You’ve probably seen it in the news that, back in August, the state of Florida had declared a state of emergency for 7 counties along the Gulf of Mexico coast because of the phenomenon popularly called “Red tide”. We have put the term between quote marks because scientists have been phasing out of its usage …

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Last updated: July 5, 2018 • Environmental Real Estate

Natural Grass vs. Artificial Grass

The other day we did a “This or That” at our Real Estate Social page pitting Natural Grass vs. Artificial Grass and, though it was supposed to be just a fun proposition, we started to realize this can, indeed, be of interest to people like you, reading this article. Hey, you! So, we decided to …

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Last updated: April 17, 2018 • Environmental Real Estate

Atlantic Hurricane Season is Coming: How’s your Home Insurance Policy?

Colorado State University’s Department of Atmospheric Sciences, one of America’s most respected sources for climate change and tropical cyclone forecasting, has released a report on the upcoming 2018 Atlantic Hurricane season (that runs from June 1st to November 30) and the news is unsettling. According to them, we are expected to have a busier hurricane …

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Last updated: October 18, 2018 • Environmental Real Estate

Florida Flooding: Sea Level and Flood Risks

Have you noticed how some regions have their own sort of personal natural disaster monsters turned into conversational topic? People from Los Angeles and San Francisco have “The Big One” – a big earthquake, decades in the making, that is supposed to strike big all along the west coast – as their go-to topic. People …

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