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December 14, 2016 • Real Estate and the Environment

Energy Saving Tips for Winter from REA!

Not looking forward to crazy power bills this winter? These tips can help you save money all winter long. Every room of your house holds possibilities for energy savings this winter, whether you own a Dallas, Texas real estate, or live in Chicago, Illinois. You can use this list and go room to room becoming …

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October 13, 2016 • Real Estate and the Environment

Hurricane Matthew’s Aftermath in Florida

Hurricane Matthew luckily spared most of the real estate in Florida . The damage and loss of life that was feared after the storm shifted west, but there was still a toll, particularly in low lying coastal regions that suffered more from the flooding than from a direct hit. Shuttered real estates and shelters discharged …

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October 6, 2016 • Real Estate and the Environment

Hurricane Matthew Barrels Toward Florida Coastline as Storm Prep Continues

Hurricane Matthew is charging towards Florida like a train – not weakened at all by its impact on Haiti and only minimally slowed by its impact on Cuba, the lethal storm that has caused 11 deaths and is responsible for millions in damage is blowing past the Bahamas and now expected to make landfall in …

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September 13, 2016 • Real Estate and the Environment

Hurricane vs. Tornado, Which is more Catastrophic to your Home?

It’s a natural disaster throwdown – hurricanes vs. tornadoes. Whether you live in the heartland or by the coast, there are always weather events that can turn your town upside down! But which is worse? Hurricanes If you live anywhere on the southern or southeastern coastlines of the US, you have probably endured at least …

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