Pres. Biden declared a major disaster in 13 Fla. counties so far. Floridians can apply for help from FEMA, which might also help offset insurance deductibles.
On Thursday, Fitch Ratings estimated that the total insured losses from Hurricane Ian’s trek across Fla. will be somewhere between $25B and $40B.
Here’s a list of most Fla. insurance companies – their websites, phone numbers and any other pertinent post-disaster information.
An emergency order bans Fla. property insurers from dropping customers for the next two months as the state cleans up after Hurricane Ian’s visit.
Some Fla. counties have been identifying corporate ownership in RE sales, but FinCEN will now fight money laundering by creating a U.S. corporation-ownership database.
Calling on-time rent payments a good indicator of reliability, the FHA commissioner says first-time buyers may be able to include them for loan consideration.
The Dept. of Economic Opportunity activated the Business Damage Assessment Survey. Results will help federal, state and local agencies offer appropriate relief.
The storm has gone – what comes next? Here are the important benchmarks for an insurance claim, which can also be accessed in an easy-to-understand infographic.
A 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage averaged 6.7% this week, another notable increase from last week’s 6.29%.
Many Fla. real estate licensees who faced a Sept. 30 deadline to renew their license now have an additional month under an emergency order signed by DBPR.