I Love Utah Real Estate Except When it has Received Water Damage Ogden

Most people would agree that real estate in Utah is significantly less desirable once it has received water damage Ogden on one or more occasions. Undamaged real estate is the most lovable kind of real estate in Utah. I think everyone can be in agreement as to that. On the other hand real estate that has been damaged by water (or any other kind of damaging substance) is less lovable to the extent that it has been damaged. At a certain point however, the real estate becomes so damaged that it cannot be loved by anyone. That is not to say that the real estate might regain its lovable quality once the water damage has been repaired.


There is a mechanism by which water damage will block the love of otherwise lovable real estate. We can all agree that Utah real estate is intrinsically lovable all things being equal. The reason why it is lovable is an interesting question to explore. Obviously, Utah has a very picturesque landscape compared to other states. That alone is a good enough reason to love Utah real estate so I guess I do not need to further justify that.

Once this picturesque landscape has been damaged by water it becomes less lovable. The reasons for this are somewhat complicated. First of all, once Utah real estate has become damaged by water it becomes less useful. But certainly something that was once lovable that has become less useful can still retain its lovable quality. So the question is, what is it about water damage that uniquely makes Utah real estate less lovable? This is no easy question to answer and is probably beyond the scope of a three hundred word blog post. This is something to ponder indeed.

What the Dilly Yo Avec Water Damage Farmington My Friend?

You may love real estate (as is evidenced by your reading this blog) but do you know what the dilly yo avec water damage Farmington in any real capacity? Of course when I ask “what the dilly yo” I mean “what is the deal” and when I say “avec” I mean “with” (avec is French for with). Accordingly when I ask the question “What the dilly yo avec…” what I am asking is “what is the deal with…” Which is to say, “Can you explain why something happens or can you provide some insight into the process by which…” I think you get the idea.


And now we find ourselves in the second paragraph of this blog post and we still do not have a definitive answer to our question. We might have to accept the reality that there is no answer to this question that we as mortals will ever have access to. That is, water damage is typically an act of God. It is a force majeure to use the insurance parlance. Accordingly, this is something that is beyond our capacity to accurately predict or gain any real insight into. We are not gods after all.

So then, what is the point of asking the question if the answer is beyond our ability as humans to arrive at or understand fully? Well, in a sense this is the human condition. Ever since Adam and Eve ate from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil we have been essentially attempting to grasp what is beyond our grasp. Humanity is an unsatisfied lot. We are not comfortable with our place in the world. This is why we constantly strive for more and better. This is why we have gotten as far as we have technologically speaking (for better or worse).