After the Flood: 10 Immediate Action Items

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In the wake of the devastating consequences of Hurricane Harvey, Champions School of Real Estate Home Inspection Instructor Fred Willcox shared the following list of ten things of immediate importance to do after a flood: Immediate Actions to Take You MUST call/notify your insurance company immediately of your loss. Carefully photograph and record make, model and serial numbers of everything that was damaged. Many of your items may disappear when the water remediation contractors start helping you. Remove all your portable valuables. Strangers wanting to help may be in your house. Remove everything that has been wet from your house that you can remove. Anything based on a wooden/paper/fiber products (drywall (which is commonly called sheetrock), carpet, rugs, hardwood flooring, window treatments, furniture, etc.) can and will support microbial organic…
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Real Estate News Now: July 18, 2017

Real Estate, Real Estate News
Take a look through this week's roundup of real estate news from our Real Estate News Now Blog Series! Don’t forget that there’s something for everyone to read, so whether you click to increase your awareness of the real estate innovations, trends and news article making waves around our country or simply want to share with your circle of influence, make sure to share what articles resonated with you the most in the comments at Champions School of Real Estate's Facebook and Twitter pages! 1. Branding with your name in real estate? Come on, you can do better than that  // REAL ESTATE MARKETING "The real estate community is running forward; in cities across the U.S., more buildings are green certified than ever before. This is a promising sign that even as federal priorities…
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Flashcard Quiz

  Over on Facebook, we asked our friends if they could guess the term to this definition:  "Causing panic selling by homeowners - also called panic peddling."   Can you guess the term? (more…)
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