Hurricane

6 Tips to Financially Prepare for a Hurricane

The mention of hurricane preparedness about this time each year is typically directed at homes and businesses along coast lines and brings to mind long lines at home improvement centers for plywood and supplies. Coastal cities and towns typically get hit hardest by hurricanes. But while not a primary driver of insured loss, hurricane risk[]

Is your Property Prepared for a Tornado?

Spring hardly came in like a lion as far as tornadoes go. Until damaging twisters hit Oklahoma and Arkansas in late March, one of the historically heaviest months for spawning Tornadoes was meek as a lamb. None had developed in the first three weeks, and only four warnings were issued nationwide. Weather forecasters say that[]

Earthquake Preparedness Tips to Use at your Property

Recent and frequent earthquakes around the U.S. should get property managers to start thinking about preparedness measures. Moderate temblors are hitting areas relatively new to seismic activity, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Already in 2015, North Texas has been hit by unprecedented earthquake activity. On Jan. 6, a flurry of small quakes struck the[]

6 Tips to Help Your Property Prepare for Hurricane Season

The 2014 Atlantic hurricane season is shaping up to again be below-normal, which is good news for apartments along U.S. coast lines. Activity has been mild with only a handful of storms that have not made much of an impact inland or along shores.

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