Apartment Living :(

So...we downsized to an apartment. Ground floor. Only for the next year. But....have we made a mistake? We haven't rented since 1971, but who knew to ask about flooding? This is right off our postage sized patio along 242nd. Certainly hope it stays where it's supposed. Not in our living room :(

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Bongo says ... on Wednesday, Nov 30 at 9:24 AM

Do you search for flood plain property in which to live? LOL Ever hear of living on a hill?

Bewitchin' says ... on Tuesday, Nov 29 at 11:04 PM

I got renters insurance the day we moved in. And what would the alternative be to renting an apartment?? i owned a house for many years, and the first 5 we flooded...every winter.

Ixy says ... on Tuesday, Nov 29 at 9:49 PM

Well your first mistake is renting an apartment. ^^ And whoever said you don't have to pay for the damage... LOL MAYBE, as long as you have renter's insurance. If you don't, you should get it a.s.a.p.

CWS says ... on Tuesday, Nov 29 at 6:08 PM

at least you won't have to pay for the damage

Bongo says ... on Monday, Nov 28 at 11:10 AM

Good spot to put an inground swimming pool.

Bewitchin says ... on Monday, Nov 28 at 7:41 AM

Yeah...but "puddles" have a way of getting bigger and get inside. We've been there and done that....with "puddles" much smaller than these.

PDXJerk says ... on Sunday, Nov 27 at 6:18 PM

Oh, no! A puddle!

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