Citizens Property Insurance
Florida’s insurer of last resort, Citizens Property Insurance, will launch another new program seeking to shift policies onto the private market.
Florida hasn’t seen a hurricane since 2005, but that hasn’t stopped property insurance rates from going up.
Citizens Property Insurance Corporation, the state-backed insurer of last resort is predicting it will be down to only 750,000 policies by the end 2015.
Roughly 400,000 Citizens insurance policyholders may find themselves with a new property insurance company by the end of November.
The state’s Office of Insurance Regulation is considering a request by Citizens Property Insurance Corp. for another round of rate hikes in 2014.
Citizens, Florida’s largest property insurance provider, has approved yet another round of rate hikes that could affect over a million policy holders.
During a meeting this week at Miami Dade College, the Board of Governors for Citizens Property Insurance Corp. will discuss proposed rate increases for the state-backed agency’s 1.26 million policy holders.
With the start of hurricane season, Facing South Florida takes a deeper look at Citizens Property Insurance and its myriad problems.
A leading Florida Democrat is crying foul about a deal made with Citizens Property Insurance and another insurance company which is getting paid to absorb 60,000 policies.
Some South Florida homeowners who are insured by Citizens Property Insurance may be eligible for a cheaper option.