How to save your own home from flood moves
The first house that came on the market for $3.9 million in 2013 was sold for $2.3 million.
But in February, a flood threatened the home’s owners, and it had to be moved.
A flood that hit the home in March has caused more damage, and has prompted the sale of the property.
The flood damage, however, has been offset by the removal of more than 400,000 pounds of sand, which has reduced the price of the house by $700,000, according to the property listing on Realtor.com.
That number has since increased, according the listing.
The home sold for more than $5.5 million in August.
Now it’s down to $1.5 billion.
The flood damage has been mitigated by the purchase of more sand, the listing states.
But the sale price has increased by $3 million to $2 million, according Realtors.com, and is now listed at $1 billion.
That’s a 5 percent jump.