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Continuing to help our city recover from Hurricane Ike

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We all have concerns about when our city will return to normal. There are a few people without power still, and intersections can be hit or miss to see if the traffic light is working. You have to give credit to all of the city and Centerpoint employees who have been working tirelessly to resolve the current situation. In a recent message from the Mayor’s office, he offers the following information:

For the latest details on the city’s collection plan, please visit http://www.houstontx.gov/solidwaste/press-20080929.html and for an interactive map of debris collection, please visit http://www.houstontx.gov/solidwaste/debrismaps.html.

Also, to assist you on many other fronts, we have prepared an extensive City of Houston
Hurricane Ike Recovery Guide which is posted on the city’s homepage www.houstontx.gov and updated regularly.

And finally, I ask you to continue helping your neighbors recover from the storm and to please share the information contained in this email with others, especially those who do not have internet access.

Thank you again for your efforts, cooperation and patience as we all work as hard as possible to get our city back to normal.

I was happy to see my street cleared of branches today. My son brought cold water out to the workers. I was not sure what to expect with Ike, but the city’s efforts are going faster then I expected.

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2 Responses to “Continuing to help our city recover from Hurricane Ike”

  1. ascarlott Says:

    I stumbled upon your site after putting “Sellers Disclosure for investors that “assign” properties in “google”. I have
    been in the real estate industry nearly two decades, ten of that as a broker. This past July I found a course that details how to purchase homes on an “Option” and/or assign them thru privately held 7 day auctions.As a licensed broker, by utilizing the teachings of this course, I would have been in violation of my fiduciary duties. I struggled for two months with the decision to either allow my license to become inactive and move forward with the investment strategies, or to try and tough it out in this market. After contacting TREC on two occasions to clarify my status, I decided to take a gamble on this new strategy and I jumped ship. Now I am in a situation where I have a market reputation for being a Real Estate Broker, but I am not interested in listing or selling homes the traditional way right now. Are you aware of any Disclosures that might exist that would disclose to the clients that I
    am not acting as a realtor/broker, but as an independent investor??? Any help with be appreciated!!

  2. Has Google decided that I am the answer man?:) I have never seen a form from TREC or TAR which details you situation. They seemed to be geared towards active agents/brokers. The consistent investors who I work with develop their own contract forms (some programs offer standard forms). My best advice is to go to an attorney who specializes in real estate to help draft an amendment to your current contracts or a new contract which spells out how you see your status.

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Frank Theodor Schulte-Ladbeck
home inspector, TREC# 9073
Houston , Texas , 77063 United States

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