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Hurricane News

The Fla.-owner insurer announced a notable increase in expected losses at $3.8B, an increase from the $2.3-$2.6B estimated previously.

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FEMA approves assistance for three more Fla. counties after requested by Gov. DeSantis. However, every Fla. county qualifies for at least some type of help.

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Florida Realtors legal team: In the wake of Hurricane Ian destruction, many landlords, tenants and property managers aren’t sure how to proceed. Here’s what Fla. law says.

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Of the $50M authorized for bridge loans (up to $50K) to help businesses survive damage from Hurricane Ian, $2.5M has been disbursed so far across nine counties.

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Property prices usually rise after a disaster, in part because many impacted residents want to stay. But there’s a potential wild card after Ian: insurance costs.

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A Disaster Recovery Center – a FEMA-state storm-response partnership – is now open in Collier County, in addition to two in Lee, and one in Charlotte and Sarasota.

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A warning from the FBI’s Tampa office: Scammers use natural disasters to steal money, personal info or both. Know where your money is going.

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