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Irma Doesn't Look Good

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Lee in L.A.

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The heat really takes it out of you, and humidity makes you drip and curse.
Does me, anyway. :shrug:
 

bnmappraisal

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Full power back last night around 9pm - about 1 whole week after it originally went out.

Lineman showed up around 7pm ... Very great crew from Michigan! Although they didn't take out the tree, saying the line wasn't holding it up (the fence post was) they did get our power back up. One of the head guys was very nice, even offering my kids cold Gatorade's and brought a fresh package of bologna for the dogs.

I have a lot of respect for what those guys do. It's definitely not an easy job and for sure very dangerous.
 

CindyR

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Full power back last night around 9pm - about 1 whole week after it originally went out.

Lineman showed up around 7pm ... Very great crew from Michigan! Although they didn't take out the tree, saying the line wasn't holding it up (the fence post was) they did get our power back up. One of the head guys was very nice, even offering my kids cold Gatorade's and brought a fresh package of bologna for the dogs.

I have a lot of respect for what those guys do. It's definitely not an easy job and for sure very dangerous.
Great news! And i sure think it is fantastic the way utilities from around the country send help.
 

444nutman

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Florida
I am now up to my 5th different form to use for a disaster re-inspection. I was asked to use a 2070 and I told them no. That form is for a mortgage transaction.
The AMC is too scared to stick up to the lender, so they will send it to some appraiser who does not know any better.
 

bnmappraisal

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I've been asked to use either the "Catastrophic Disaster Area Property Inspection Report" or the 1004D

Most are asking for the CDAIR, but these most are direct; non AMC clients - I do have one of these direct though asking for the 1004D (I received 7 disaster requests)

The 1 AMC that has requested, has requested it on the 1004D
 

Ms. Janet

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Florida
Irma casualty...lost the walls in both bedrooms. I hope I can load these pictures. LOL

How did you do your pictures so nice BNM?
 

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