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In Case of Emergency: Planning for Disaster

With the uncertainty of not knowing when a natural disaster is going to occur, it is crucial to have a business plan in place to ensure that your company is well-equipped. Editor's note: this story originally appeared in the June issue of DS News.

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The Impact of Storm Surges on Housing

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A storm surge is among the most destructive parts of a hurricane. Find out where a storm surge could cause the most damage to single-family homes on the East Coast this hurricane season.

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Building Better Disaster Relief for Homeowners

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During a House Committee on Financial Services hearing, experts and politicians put forth ideas to improve Community Development Block Grant flexibility, with an emphasis on helping homeowners during the rebuilding process.

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What did S&P Say About Mortgage Defaults?

Consumer credit default rates for mortgages have remained fairly stable this year, according to a new analysis. Here’s a breakdown of how mortgage defaults performed compared to credit cars and auto loan default rates.

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Analyzing the Reach of Flood Insurance

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The number of homeowners with flood insurance has decreased in the past ten years, but many homeowners are turning to private policies instead of the National Flood Insurance Program. See what factors drive flood insurance policy purchases.

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