Manville NJ Homes For Sale by Carol Kronmaier: Preparing and Surviving a Hurricane in Somerset County, NJ

Preparing and Surviving a Hurricane in Somerset County, NJ

Preparing and Surviving a Hurricane in Somerset County, NJ

 

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With the 2020 hurricane season forecasted to be highly impactful, we created a guide that explains how buyers can determine the risk level of their prospective home and the key differences between wind, flood, and homeowners’ insurance.

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Manville Open Houses for Sunday August 14th 2011

Manville Open Houses for Sunday August 14th 2011

If you are considering a move into or out of Manville, it pays to plan ahead. Start here to search homes for rent or sale in Manville, NJ. I focus on Manville but am well prepared to discuss other areas as well: Montgomery, Hillsborough, Bridgewater, Raritan, Branchburg, and Somerset- most of Somerset and Hunterdon counties!

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If you are considering a move into or out of Somerset County, it pays to plan ahead. Start here to search homes for rent or sale in Somerset, NJ. I focus on Somerset but am well prepared to discuss other areas as well: Montgomery, Manville, Bridgewater, Raritan, Branchburg, and Hillsborough- most of Somerset and Hunterdon counties!

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Comment balloon 6 commentsCarol Faaland-Kronmaier • August 28 2011 07:40AM

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Thank you for the post. I hope your area was not affected much by hurricane Irene.

Posted by Gita Bantwal, REALTOR,ABR,CRS,SRES,GRI - Bucks County & Philadel (RE/MAX Centre Realtors) almost 9 years ago

Good Morning Carol, excellent input for home owners in the storms path and foir future reference.

Posted by Dan Edward Phillips, Humboldt and Del Norte Counties, CA (Dan Edward Phillips, Humboldt and Del Norte Counties, CA) almost 9 years ago

Hope everyone in the northeast will be safe and listen to the warnings. Fatalities come from stubborn folks not listening. Been through many hurricanes and they are boss. Get to safety and try to stay calm.

Posted by Carol Barron Cross, Sunflower Homes & Equestrian LLC (SUNFLOWER HOMES & EQUESTRIAN LLC) almost 9 years ago

Carol, hope you are not affected by this hurricane!   Great information you have posted!

Posted by Joan Cox, Denver Real Estate - Selling One Home at a Time (House to Home, Inc. - Denver Real Estate - 720-231-6373) almost 9 years ago

Hope everyone in the northeast will be safe and can escape without much damage.  I have been through many hurricanes and some cause long lasting damage and some fizzle. I pray this one fizzles. Most of all stay safe. ~Captain Wayne~

Posted by Captain Wayne - Rowlett Real Estate School, Rowlett Real Estate School / Owner and Instructor (REcampus Fully Accredited Florida ONLINE & Classroom Training in Destin, Pensacola Florida) almost 9 years ago

Gita, the hurricane is passing mas I write.  Hopefully the post floods will not be as bad as they were in the past!

Dan, Yes, and I should have thought of posting this sooner.

Carol, Yes the hurricane is the boss. Luckily for my sump pump we only lost power so far for a split second!

Joan, It's not toooo bad so far.

Captain Wayne, Manville NJ is not in too bad shape yet, but many have been evacuated from their homes.  The water is still expected to rise for the next two nights.

 

Posted by Carol Faaland-Kronmaier, PhD, e-PRO, Manville, Hillsborough, Somerset NJ (Weichert, Realtors; Hillsborough) almost 9 years ago

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