Hurricane Irene is coming.


Clients in the path of Hurricane Irene?

Posted: 24 Aug 2011 01:44 PM PDT

For those of you who may have clients in the path of Irene (or would just like to provide good information to your clients), House Logic has a number of great articles on hurricane and emergency preparedness that you can share with your clients. They’ll give you step-by step info on how to

These and many more resources are available at House Logic. While you’re there, check out the member area of House Logic, where you can access (FREE!) content for newsletters, create a House Logic widget for your website, and more. All you need to log in is your NRDS number. VERY cool.

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Tracking Hurricane Irene

Posted: 24 Aug 2011 10:23 AM PDT

Here is the latest NOAA prediction for Hurricane Irene‘s impact on Virginia. At this point, Richmond and Washington look to be on the edge of the affected area — that means rains (possibly heavy), but nothing hurricane-ish.

Of course, that’s just the current prediction. Things can change; keep an eye out.

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And hopefully you’ve heeded NAR’s Call for Action and asked Congress to be sure the National Flood Insurance Program continues beyond September 1. Not only can the lack of flood insurance put sales in jeopardy, but you’ll be looking out for your clients’ interests for the long term.

CLICK HERE, now, to let your representatives know.

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