This is Maji Pace Ramos coming to you in between raindrops in Miami. We had a lot of rain in the last 24 hrs. Yesterday there was four inches of rain in some areas in Miami!
It’s a really good idea to look at properties in the rain and even if you can’t get inside of them, drive the neighborhoods and see which streets are flooding. For example, I wanted to show you a street that doesn’t flood.
Even though we had oodles of rain, this is the amount of flooding on this particular street. And when I tell you it’s been raining non stop for the entire day yesterday and it’s going to continue to rain most of this week, you definitely want to look for streets that flood.
You also want to look for elevation. Basically homes that are elevated. If I were to walk down the block, there are definitely areas that flood here and that’s what you want to look for.
Looking at homes in the rain is a very good idea and if you can get inside of the home during a rainstorm, that’s even better because then you can actually see if there are any active leaks.
I think you get the idea. I do have a couple of other photos of a street that I drove past yesterday in the same neighborhood that was so flooded I couldn’t even drive through the street.
I will be posting that next.
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Maji Ramos Real Estate Advisor, P.A
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