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Are You Prepared?

It's that time of year for those of us living in Lafayette, Louisiana, Acadiana, and along the Gulf Coast. Are you prepared? Being pro-active and having emergency plans in place, or knowing where to turn for information or assistance, can keep you and your family safe.

There are numerous online sites offering advice and tips to prepare for the hurricane season. However, the National Oceaninc and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) offers a list of state and local emergency telephone numbers, media outlets, and evacuation information for Gulf South residents. Their site is a 'one-stop' ready reference to help you prepare for these natural disasters.

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The above NOAA Extreme Weather Information Sheets are available by state in a down-loadable .pdf file: Southwest Louisiana & Southeast Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, AlabamaFlorida, Georgia, North and South Carolina.

Are you prepared for the 2011 tropical storm season or other natural disaster?

There's no need for your next home purchase or sale to be come a disaster. Count on i List For Less to help you prepare and plan for a successful transaction!

 

 



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Comment balloon 8 commentsMike Mayer • July 23 2011 08:44AM

Comments

Thank you Mike,

Yes we are, just put fresh batteries in our emergency box. Our 1st experence with a hurricane was Ike, now we are ready.

Brenda

Posted by Brenda Archambault (The Real Estate Investment Institute) over 6 years ago

Yes, like in Florida being hurricane prepared is important.

Posted by Monika Depalo, REAL ESTATE Agent/Stager (GAFF'S REFERRAL'S INC.) over 6 years ago

Thanks, Mike, for the great blog!  Being from Louisiana, I definitely understand the importance of being PREPARED!

Posted by Louise Thaxton NMLS 69996, Military Mtg Specialist - 866-960-9115 VA FHA USDA (Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp Louisiana NMLS#2289 Equal Housing Lender) over 6 years ago

Mike, great info to get out for people in hurricane prone areas.  For the most part all I have to worry about is tornadoes...and wow did we get some a couple of months ago.

Posted by Nick T Pappas, Madison & Huntsville Alabama Real Estate Resource (Assoc. Broker/Broker ABR, CRS, SFR, e-Pro, @Homes Realty Group, Huntsville AL) over 6 years ago

This is a great post! I have bookmarked it and will reblog it this week as it is great information for southeast Texas! :)) Thank you!

Posted by Joni Bailey, Your Huntsville / Lake Livingston Area REALTOR® (Berkshire Hathaway Home Services - Anderson Properties) over 6 years ago

This is a wonderful resource guide to everyone to remember best be prepared have right resources than left off guard.

 

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Posted by Lynn911.com ~ Dallas Real Estate Agent Top Team (Dallas Houses for Rent Dallas Apartment Rentals Lynn911.com ) over 6 years ago

After all the hurricanes I’ve been through (Beulah, Camille, Carla, Allen, and others), I don’t miss them. I got so tired of that annual hurricane stuff that I decided to see what earthquakes were like. 17 years and no significant earthquake. Much better than annual hurricanes.

Posted by Not a real person over 6 years ago

Mike:

No matter where one lives it is always good to be prepared.  Having emergency supplies, first aid kit, and other preparedness items is necessary whether you live in earthquake country, like I do, or in hurricane country like you do.  There is always the possibility of an emergency situation.  Having supplies and equipment is just plain prudent.

Posted by Evelyn Kennedy, Alameda, Real Estate, Alameda, CA (Alain Pinel Realtors) over 6 years ago

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