South Florida’s underwater homes are drying out

The ground under the cities of South Florida is largely porous limestone, bad, water doesn't just fill the streets outside Manolo Pedraza's house. known for flooding, the next year during king tides and celebrate dry land.

 · Miami can’t prevent flooding from a summer storm, let alone a hurricane. There are several reasons why water keeps pooling in the southern tip of Florida. Sea levels are rising, South Florida was built on a marsh, and rapid development keeps shrinking the wetlands that can absorb and drain excessive rainwater.

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South Florida’s underwater homes are drying out. That equates to 296,838 properties spread throughout Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties – a 2.3 percentage point decrease from the third quarter of 2015. South Florida homeowners were stuck with upside-down loans when the real estate market crashed in the late 2000s.

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