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Federal Flood Insurance Premiums for Homeowners Rise

Federal Flood Insurance Premiums for Homeowners RiseNews from New York Times: Photo Floodwaters from the Ohio River in Covington, Ky., last month. Policy premiums will be higher for homeowners in areas of high risk for flooding. Credit Mark Lyons/European Pressphoto Agency Homeowners with federal flood insurance will get some unwelcome news when they receive their [...]

Insurance claims on the rise as snow piles on

Insurance claims on the rise as snow piles onNews from Boston Globe: With ice dams an acute threat, Jay Bullens Jr. of Able Roofing used a sledgehammer to clear one from a house in Brookline this week. The pileup of snowstorms has caused insurance claims to spike and insurers to bring on additional adjusters to [...]

Insurers cite tough Texas weather as homeowner premiums rise

Insurers cite tough Texas weather as homeowner premiums riseNews from Houston Chronicle: Texas hasn’t been hit by a major hurricane in six years and the devastating wildfires of 2011 are receding into memory, but the threat of these and other natural calamities are being cited for the most recent insurance rate hikes for homeowners. “Texas [...]

Home insurance rates rise

Home insurance rates riseNews from Canton Repository: Ohioans paid more to insure their homes last year, according to figures recently released from the state’s Department of Insurance. Homeowners’ rates climbed by an average of 7.4 percent last year, while the biggest auto insurers raised rates by 2.6 percent. The numbers were based on rates charged [...]

Colorado homeowners insurance rates on the rise

Colorado homeowners insurance rates on the riseNews from KXRM: According to Putnam, the main reason why rates are so high right now is because of the large number of hail claims made in the past couple of years.   / via FOX21 file photo Insurance rates are on the rise in Colorado and not for the reason you [...]

Homeowners insurance rates on the rise statewide

Homeowners insurance rates on the rise statewideNews from myfox8.com: KERNERSVILLE, N.C. — An increase in claims in North Carolina is causing a jump in homeowners insurance rates statewide. “We went from almost $ 800 paying to almost $ 1,100 paying,” said Johnette Schultz, who lives in Kernersville. Johnette is not alone. “This is an industry [...]

N.J. homeowners see insurance costs rise, but they still get a deal compared …

N.J. homeowners see insurance costs rise, but they still get a deal compared …News from The Star-Ledger – NJ.com: New Jersey homeowners have seen their insurance bills rise in recent years, but they still were paying less than the national average to protect their properties, according to a new report by the National Association of [...]

Home insurance rates on rise

Home insurance rates on riseNews from Tribune-Review: By Jason Cato Published: Saturday, October 27, 2012, 8:54 p.m. Updated 13 hours ago Homeowners insurance rates spiked in recent years in Pennsylvania and across the nation, and catastrophic weather and other factors could double the rate of increase this year, according to the state Insurance Department. Rates across [...]

Homeowners insurance could rise by 18 percent in North Carolina

Homeowners insurance could rise by 18 percent in North CarolinaNews from Live Insurance News: Homeowners insurance customers could soon find that their premiums are headed strikingly upward in North Carolina, as the commissioner considers a price hike by an average of 18 percent. Many customers are saying that this is an additional financial burden that [...]

Locals feel rise of homeowners insurance

Locals feel rise of homeowners insuranceNews from Republican & Herald: It costs more to rebuild it, and it needs to be done more often. Higher prices for building materials and a series of floods and natural disasters are forcing Schuylkill County homeowners to pay higher insurance premiums, reflecting a nationwide phenomenon. “Each year my homeowners [...]

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