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NFIP Has Paid over $1B in Florida since Irma

Despite the high payouts from the National Flood Insurance Program, officials are still urging Florida homeowners, renters and business owners to contact their insurance agent and insure their properties from flooding.

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In Times of Emergency

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Natural disasters had a significant impact on the mortgage and real estate industry over the past year. Here's why FEMA recently reversed an existing policy regarding the National Flood Insurance Program and why it’s important during the ongoing government shutdown.

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Rebuilding Paradise

More than a year after Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico, the island faces many challenges along the road to recovery. DS News spoke to industry leaders working to facilitate that process. Editor’s Note: This feature originally appeared in the November issue of DS News.

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Catastrophe in California

Wildfires continue to ravage California, engulfing acres in flames and destroying homes and lives. Here’s how the industry and government agencies are reaching out to homeowners impacted by this tragedy

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Five Minutes With

Ed Mullen, CEO of Cyprexx Services, spoke to DS News about the challenges facing the property preservation and field services industries.

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