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Non Flooded communities in Houston

How can I search on HAR to find areas or neighborhoods that did NOT FLOOD During Harvey?

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Non Flooded communities in Houston

By yvonne O'Shaughnessy   
Posted on Oct 09, 2017 in Topic: Home Buying
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How can I search on HAR to find areas or neighborhoods that did NOT FLOOD During Harvey?
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Yvonne Chauvin
about 2 months ago
Hi Yvonne,

Are you a Realtor? MLS has a new search feature "Prop Flood Harvey- Yes or No". If you're in Matrix, scroll all the way down till you see "Additional Fields Add/Remove", click on that and find "Prop Flood Harvey", then add that field. Once you get back to your main search screen, that new field will be available for you to use- at the bottom of the page and you will be able to search using it.

The search only allows you to find homes not flooded by Harvey, not areas though.

And as a precaution- the information is only as good as the individuals inputting it. While all listing agents have been encouraged to edit their listings and answer yes or no to whether a property was flooded, I imagine not everyone has completed that yet. Most likely many agents themselves are still trying to get back to normal after being flooded themselves.

I hope this helps!


about 2 months ago
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Mark McNitt
about 2 months ago
FEMA has posted maps showing individual dots representing homes slightly damaged to destroyed. You should be able to

Let me know what area of town you're looking in and I might be able to assist you as I screen captured much of this map. If you need a Realtor to assist you, I can help.

Mark McNitt
832-567-4357
MarkKnowsHouston.com
BernsteinRealty.com


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https://apps.texastribune.org/harvey-fema-damage-analysis/

about 2 months ago
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Dominik Szabo
about 2 months ago
Have your realtor run a search for you for non flooded homes.
Speaking from experience, it is p to you or your realtor to find our truly which neighborhoods flooded or didn't flood.

Call me for a no-cost no obligation Consultation.

Dominik Szabo
Brockway Realty
(832) 844 1724
DominikRealtor.com
The Doctor of Real Estate in Houston Texas
" Professional, Courteous, and Informed "




about 2 months ago
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Ryan Modi
about 1 month ago
Houston Neighborhoods and communities that did exceptionally well during Harvey with no known flooding:

Briargrove, Brooke Smith, Heights / Greater Heights, Hyde Park, Lizzieton Terrace, Montrose, Ravenna, Rice Military, River Oaks Shopping Area, Royal Oaks, Southgate

Neighborhoods and communities that did quite well (water on the street, but no known home flooding problems):

Afton Oaks, Brenwood Park, East Downtown / EaDo, Canyon Gate, Denver Harbor, Hilshire Village, Hudson Oaks, Fall Creek, Fifth Ward, Garden Villas, Green Trails, Jersey Village, Museum District, Lupton Ct, Norhill Heights, Northside Village, Oakbrook West, Oaks of Atascocita, Sharpstown, Spring Branch, Spring Shadows, Spring Valley, Stonebridge, Sunnyside, The Woodlands neighborhoods north of the Woodlands Parkway did well, including Carlton Woods (Sterling Ridge area), Alden Bridge and Cochran’s Crossing, The Woodlands neighborhoods near Spring Creek had flooding including Grogan’s Point, Timarron Lakes and High Oaks, West Lane Place, West University (northern parts), Village Creek, Wildwood At Northpointe.

Let me know if you have questions on a specific neighborhood not listed above, we will do our best to find out.

Ryan Modi
Pattern Realty
(281) 236-4040
RyanM@PatternRealty.com


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https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2017/09/18/heres-where-houston-flooded-the-most-and-least.html

about 1 month ago
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Christopher Dayanand
about 4 weeks ago
Yvonne,

It is difficult to figure out which communities flooded or not. Many master planned communities have many subdivisions in them. Some of these subdivisions got flooded and we can't write off the entire community. Reach out to a realtor and take a tour along with him and he can help you find your dream house.

Chris
Coldwell Banker
832-859-8698


about 4 weeks ago
Disclaimer: Answers provided are just opinions and should not be accepted as advice.
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