The state of real estate after a natural disaster

Published 1 min ago  on April 8, 2019 By Tonya Jones Reynolds When a natural disaster strikes, the first instinct is to flee.

In fact, during wildfires, mudslides, flooding, hurricanes, tornadoes, and earthquakes, many homes pay the price through destruction or severe damage.

The market value fluctuates frequently at this time so don’t pay more for a home than intended.

Meanwhile, unaffected homes are now lucrative, meaning sellers can charge top dollar and possibly earn a profit.