6 Ways to Prepare for and Recover from Natural Disasters
It has been one busy hurricane season.
Hurricane Harvey’s catastrophic flooding in metro Houston affected about 6.5 million people, according to a study from RealPage’s data analytics team. Widespread damage from recent hurricanes impacted thousands in South Texas, Florida and the Caribbean. As the United States rebuilds, many will be tasked with making property decisions. We have rounded up a few articles for apartment residents, multifamily investors and owners as they rebuild—and for those contemplating steps for future natural disasters.
Preparing for natural disasters and recovery looks largely the same. Take these steps to help your community before, during and after disaster strikes.
Roofs are exposed most to the elements and often take the biggest hit. Follow these tips to protect your properties.
While taking steps to prepare for a hurricane or another natural disaster, you should address the associated financial risk.
Here’s a new way of thinking about storm water drainage and multifamily landscape design.
Straightforward, actionable steps property owners can take to prepare for future hurricanes.
Use these tips to reduce or avoid property damage during a severe storm.
Unfortunately, some natural disasters cause damage beyond control and the only option is to evacuate. It’s good to be prepared for the worst and still anticipate risk.
Do you have any tips or best practices for storm preparedness or disaster recovery? What is the biggest natural disaster risk for your region? Please share with us in the comments.