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Florida Homeowners Prepare for Irma

The National Flood Insurance Program is set to expire at the end of September, but with Hurricane Irma threatening damage to Florida, the state might experience the extreme consequences of lapsed insurance.

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T-Minus 25 Days: Flood Insurance Expiration

Homeowners may soon be unable to get a mortgage if the National Flood Insurance Program expires, according to the National Association of Realtors. See what NAR President William E. Brown proposes Congress should do to keep the program from lapsing.

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Update: Hurricane Harvey and Flood Insurance

Hurricane Harvey has been hovering over southeast Texas, dropping record amounts of rain on Houston and the surrounding area. A new report shows that there are a number of properties in risk of flooding that are outside the Special Flood Hazard Areas, meaning flood insurance isn’t a requirement for those with federally insured mortgages.

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