Every year, tornadoes and severe storms sweeping across much of the nation. Mother Nature can’t be stopped, but there are steps that real estate investors can, and in some cases must, take so that insurance coverage is not voided after a loss occurs. Investors should be reminded to heed these tips to prevent bad from turning into worse.
Category: Seasonal Preparation
Though hurricanes often come with some warning, preparing properties and tenants well in advance is of the utmost importance. Natural disasters don’t wait on humans to be ready to respond. Being ready can help lessen the stress of an emergency situation. Heeding the tips below could save real estate investors thousands of dollars, and may even save a life.
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