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ILG’s Kimesha Smith Gives Insight on “Loss Of Use Coverage” | Insurance.com

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Loss of use coverage provided by your homeowners insurance policy helps pay for additional living expenses that incur in the event your home is severely damaged, making it temporarily uninhabitable. Think of temporary rent, hotel stays, storage and moving costs etc. With that being said, it’s also important to understand your Florida homeowners insurance… Read More »

Dealing with Mold? Here’s What You Need to Know

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Mold is one issue that all homeowners wish to avoid. However, if you are faced with mold- do not panic. There are many tips and techniques that can help you clean after discovering mold in your home.  Make sure to fix the problem immediately. Whether it was a plumbing leak or another water issue that… Read More »

Water Damage: Next Steps…

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There is a lot that homeowners should know in case of potential water damage. Properties can undergo water damage from a variety of reasons, including leaking pipes, damaged sewage lines, natural disasters, and more.  If you are currently dealing with water damage in your home, here are some things to keep in mind. Make… Read More »

4 Steps to Handle Mold

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Mold is one issue that all homeowners wish to avoid. However, if you are faced with mold- do not panic. There are many tips and techniques that can help you clean after discovering mold in your home.  Make sure to fix the problem immediately. Whether it was a plumbing leak or another water issue that… Read More »

Eta Updates: How Could South Florida be Affected?

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The latest Eta forecasts have caused South Florida to be put under a flood watch. As experts monitor the storm, they are recognizing the potential of tropical-storm-force winds as well as drenching rain. According to the National Hurricane Center, Eta is expected to hit the Florida Keys and South Florida area around late weekend/early… Read More »

Florida Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services Talks Hurricane Sally Aid

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Hurricanes leave a long lasting impact on the residents who were affected by it. After the events of Hurricane Sally, thousands of North Floridians were left with the aftermath- but it seems as though the federal government is forgetting them.  The Category 2 storm had 105-mph storm winds that ended up leaving up to… Read More »

America Facing Higher Flood Risks Than Previously Thought

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New studies are showing that there are actually close to twice as many properties throughout America that are susceptible to flood damage then data previously showed. As the issue of fast moving climate change continues to accelerate, this threat to millions of peoples’ properties will grow as well. There are an estimated 14.6 million… Read More »

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FEMA Releases New Floodplain Maps

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FEMA has released new flood maps that has left homeowners with mixed emotions. Some have learned that their homes have gained elevation, while others are feeling uneasy after discovering they have lost it. Bay side homes seem to have gotten better news, while ocean side homes are dealing with updates that are not ideal…. Read More »

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Destin’s Storm Damage- ILG Can Tell You What You Need to Know

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The city of Destin has undergone an immense amount of damage after a storm hit a little over a week ago. Trees and other debris have been thrown around, and there has been property damage and flooding. There was also damage caused by metal awnings and other items picked up by winds and tossed… Read More »

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Florida doesn’t require home sellers to reveal flooding history

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By Alex HarrisSource: Orlando Sentinel / The Miami Herald Heather Gaker found her dream home on North Lake Drive in Boynton Beach in 2015. It had 28 species of palm trees, a mother-in-law suite and — according to what the sellers and the Realtor told her — no history of severe flooding. One summer… Read More »

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