This is some of the worst devastation we've seen. It's hard because many of the roads getting into Kapoho are blocked off. This is damage many people haven't seen until now.
Iselle's strong storm surge knocked a house off its foundation and moved it 30 feet away into the backyard.
The foundation is literally separated from the house and the rest of the home now lies in the pond.
At another home, surf knocked down the roof and walls in the back bedroom. The bed is now exposed to the elements.
These houses took a beating from Iselle's pounding surf and, for some residents, it is a heartbreaking loss.
"We have five houses here and only one unscathed. This one has the most damaged here. We're standing in the foundation. Our house over here used to be and it floated over the aerobic septic system. The thing that has a big splinter in it," said Hartley Phillips. "I am just amazed. I'm still somewhat in a daze. I know what PTSD is all about. I haven't cried much before."
The homeowner says he doesn't have insurance so he literally has to rebuild everything himself. On top of losing their homes, these homeowners have to worry about looting.
Neighbors tell us they have seen suspicious cars in the area and some say they had items stolen from their home.
The National Guard is gathered in Kapoho expected to send out troops door-to-door and make sure the neighborhoods are safe.
In the Puna storm-damaged area, police say they have reports of two home burglaries, two car thefts and one generator theft.