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Climate change will impact the housing market: Zillow

Just last week, Houston and the surrounding areas were pummeled by Category 3 Hurricane Harvey, and Florida is now bracing itself for Irma -- a Category 4 hurricane so strong it registered on earthquake-detecting seismometers, leaving meteorologists and scientists completely stunned by its power. In addition to these catastrophic hurricanes, Tropical Storm Katia is now gaining strength in the Gulf of Mexico; and Hurricane Jose has formed near the Leeward Islands, an area that has already experienced more than its share of overwhelming damage.
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