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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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How to Improve the NFIP

flooding

As flood risk and damage from hurricanes increases, how can the National Flood Insurance Program adapt to the changes with the September 30 authorization deadline approaching?

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Protecting Homes from Wildfire

Wildfire resiliency

Some of the most destructive wildfires in history occurred in 2018, and homes in wildfire-prone areas are still at risk. What do homeowners, investors, and insurers need to know about wildfires?

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Homeowners Unprepared for Storm Risks

hurricane storm surge

A new study found that one in four homeowners have not taken any protective measures to combat the hurricane season. Here’s what this could mean for residents of high-risk states should a hurricane strike.

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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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