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The Racial Divide of Flood Damage Buyouts

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According to new research from Rice University, government buyouts of flood-damaged homes disproportionately benefit whiter, wealthier communities, even as low-income and minority homeowners are more likely to participate in such programs.

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Housing Insurers Made to Stay

California state regulators have announced a one-year moratorium banning insurers from not renewing homeowner’s policies in areas impacted by wildfires.

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The Danger Beyond the Storm

Florida may be known for a high volume of natural disaster-related damage, but according to a new study, storms aren’t the only risk factor to consider when it comes to Sunshine State housing.

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Earthquake Insurance on Shaky Ground

The July 4th weekend in Ridgecrest, California, was met with a series of quakes that rattled rural western California, along with sections of Nevada and Arizona. Ridgecrest—located approximately 122 miles northeast of Los Angeles—felt three quakes of magnitude 6.4, 5.4, ...

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