She wants to put her house on stilts. The idea could save Miami’s flood-prone homes.
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This House On Stilts Is Stronger Than It Looks.. When his clients climbed up and saw the newly revealed vistas, they were, as the husband puts it, "blown away." They gave him the go-ahead.
Jeff wants to put his house on the market because he wants to move to Florida. His neighbor, Helen, is a real estate agent. She finds out about his plans and drops by with interested buyers. Jeff and Helen have no agreement whatsoever, but Jeff treats Helen as if she’s his agent, and never says otherwise to third parties.
She wants to put her house on stilts. The idea could save Miami’s flood-prone homes. Most of the elevation process is just like any other construction project, Scott said. Homeowners need an elevation certificate, soil samples, a set of plans, estimates from contractors, permits and, possibly, bank loans.
She didn’t want to put her bed on the same wall. Everyone has their "thing" that’s important to them. I was able to assure her he was a wonderful person, and didn’t suffer in the house, it was a sudden & peaceful death. I think asking the neighbors is a great idea. I agree, I wouldn’t want to live where someone was murdered.
Second, this event brings me face to face with the idea of necessary losses. If I were in a flood that did not go away, I would lose my emotional hold on land and geography. I would want to move..
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She wants to put her house on stilts. The idea could save Miami’s flood-prone homes ( Miami Herald – Apr 18, 2018) Miami Beach’s future is ‘uncertain,’ experts say, but sea rise pumps are a good start ( Miami Herald – Apr 19, 2018)