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Self-Insuring A Risky Option For Florida Homeowners

It’s already looking like the perfect insurance storm in South Florida, and hurricane season is barely underway. Home insurance costs are going up, and more companies are threatening to drop South Florida homeowners. That’s why more local homeowners are considering going bare or “self-insuring.” That means they plan to let their homeowner’s policy lapse and […]

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Quote Of The Week: Tropical Storms Remind Us Why We Need Flood Insurance

“Tropical Storm Eta’s record rainfall left behind flood-damaged homes across South Florida. And it also left behind a stark reminder that your property insurance policy may not have you covered.” “A lot of people don’t know that their homeowner’s or renter’s insurance doesn’t include flooding,” says Logan McFaddin of the American Property Casualty Insurance Association. […]

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Beware Hefty Hurricane Loss Deductibles

Hurricane damage to your home? You could be on the hook for a hefty out-of-pocket payment before your insurance kicks in. This week’s Wall Street Journal article focused on these tricky hurricane deductibles that make you responsible for the first 2% or so of losses. Some consumers opt for even higher deductibles in a bid […]

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