Florida hasn’t seen a hurricane since 2005, but that hasn’t stopped property insurance rates from going up.
A bipartisan agreement has been reached between House and Senate leaders that will delay federal flood insurance program changes that would have resulted in huge spikes in premiums for homeowners, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
A national report looking at the massive $25 billion settlement that grew out of the massive foreclosure fraud problems over the last few years found that over 120,000 Floridians have received aid thanks to the program.
Whether a person is at work, running errands or on vacation, what is going on back at their home is likely always on their mind.
Miami-Dade County Commissioners, on Tuesday, voted to approve The Pets’ Trust, a popular citizen initiative that could save the lives of thousands of unwanted pets.
Howls and meows of agreement may be heard from the Miami-Dade animal control shelter Tuesday, after County Commissioners give expected approval to a plan to improve the life expectancy of dogs and cats taken there.
Missing numbers on hurricane shutters are costing some South Florida homeowners thousands of dollars when it comes to paying for their property insurance.
With the start of hurricane season just days away, South Florida homeowners that are in the National Flood Insurance program should know that there are changes are on the way.
Florida hasn’t seen a hurricane since 2005, but that hasn’t stopped property insurance rates from going up. Hurricane Wilma was the last of eight hurricanes to hit the state from 2004 to 2005. It raked the southern end of Florida and caused billions in damages.
Those who may want to live the ‘luxury condo’ lifestyle in Ft. Lauderdale will quickly learn that it may not be as easy to actually own one.