As Hurricane Florence pummels the Carolinas, what the damage could mean for the housing market
6 monthes ago - By The Real Deal New York
Hurricane Florence continues to slam the Carolinas with record-breaking rainfall and, with flooding now expected to reach Charlotte, NC, analysts are beginning to consider the after-effects of such a devastating, unusual storm. Realtor.com's chief economist Danielle Hale said damage from the hurricane was “likely to disrupt national home sales and construction for months to come.” She expects rainfall and subsequent flooding to cause damage even to properties outside the path of the storm leading to...
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