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I would like to know if the property is located in a natural disaster zone? I understand that an earthquake can happen anywhere in Chile, but I am more concerned about tsunamis, volcanos of flood zones. Is it close to any of those?

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Hello Don, these are very valid concerns!
I am glad to say that when the location of the property was picked, all those aspects have been calculated. The beach is only a 25 min drive but over some hills. The lowest point of the property is at the 100 meters above sea level, so tsunami triggered flooding is not a concern and volcanos are way over 100 kilometers away.

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