Even before considering the scarred landscape, and the memories associated with two people dying and 345 homes disappearing in the Waldo Canyon Fire, people could be forgiven for shying away from buying homes or lots in Mountain Shadows. After all, the fire's devastation was so widespread up there that a few months ago, County Assessor Mark Lowderman lowered property values by 10 percent on homes that didn't burn, due to the stigma of their being in the destruction zone.

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Please accept our humble appreciation for all that CARe has done for me and my family. You navigated us through the turmoil of the Tea Fire in Santa Barbara, almost 3 years ago. Thanks to your guidance we were able to recover more insurance funds. We had the Fair Plan, through Allstate. We recovered the additional funds from Allstate. Thank you for all you do.

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