Should I need to transfer another home?

@julyteen (13265)
Davao, Philippines
May 1, 2008 11:22pm CST
i am planning to move from my present apartment because of the flood happened last Sunday almost all my stuff and important documents were wet until now i am trying to dry it under the sun. My landlady now is very close to me, should i move to another so that i will not experience again the flooding or i remain occupying her apartment? i ask you opinions about this. Please i do apologize if this matter is not mean to you.
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@danzer (2732)
• Philippines
2 May 08
Hello Julyteen! I think it is wise to move out and find something better that will not be flooded whenever there are strong rains and storms. If you can, you may consider here in Baguio. There are good apartment for you here. I will personally help you find one! Ha ha ha
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@julyteen (13265)
• Davao, Philippines
4 May 08
wow! baguio? yeah that's one of the place that i want to live within it but the distance from my present location is very far and not tolerable. LOL
@julyteen (13265)
• Davao, Philippines
4 May 08
anyway, thanks danzer.
@stephcjh (32385)
• United States
2 May 08
I'm sorry that you had to go through a flood and lose things. It sounds very nice that you are close to your landlord. I would suggest that you do whatever you are most comfortable with. I don't think I could stay there and take the chance of going through another flood and losing things again. That is too paiful and heartbreaking. It is also alot of work trying to replace things or fix things that were damaged.
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@julyteen (13265)
• Davao, Philippines
4 May 08
i felt bad during the flood. i don't know how to start cleaning afterwards. thanks to you idea.
@cdparazo (5769)
• Philippines
2 May 08
If I were in your case, I would rather transfer if flooding happens from time to time from where you live. I happened to live in an apartment also years ago wherein the place really floods because of very poor drainage system. I liked the place and the people there too but all my things gets all wet. There were nights that I get to wake up finding my living room and kitchen all flooded. Ouch! The cleaning that I have to do afterwards was such a nightmare. So I decided to move for my peace of mind. LOL!
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@julyteen (13265)
• Davao, Philippines
4 May 08
yeah i considered a nightmare cleaning after the flood. very disgusting.
@nengs10 (3189)
• Philippines
2 May 08
Regardless of your closeness to the landlady, you still have to take into consideration the risks and threats in your apartment. In my case, moving to another house would be better than to experience flooding. It is very uncomfortable and unsafe for all of you.
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@julyteen (13265)
• Davao, Philippines
4 May 08
that's good idea. thanks
@nanayangel (7691)
• Philippines
4 May 08
Hi there Julyteen! I think that you should move to a new apartment. You can still stay friends with your landlady through communication like mails, or text messages or phone calls but you are renting an apartment for shelter and it should give you that.
• China
4 May 08
Hi my friend Julyteen,I am sorry about your documents and your lose,you know,your landlady.lol. yeah,i agree with you about your opinion.And by your own adimission,you want to transfer another home,so just do it.Good luck.