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Sunday Question #42421 10/04/15 11:53 AM
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Why do we subsidize insurance companies the have coverage in hurricane zones? If you build there why should we cover the storm damages to your home? ...Another stupid government policy for the rich... soapbox

Re: Sunday Question [Re: Capt. Guts] #42425 10/04/15 01:07 PM
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What about when the storm gets inland and still does damage? Are those people [censored] out of luck also...

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Over 20 miles no...Those on the water are SOL

Re: Sunday Question [Re: Capt. Guts] #42462 10/14/15 07:30 AM
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I checked into buying a vacation home on the Florida coast that I could use a couple of weeks out of the year and time share the rest. As we started gathering details I asked about how these were insured. The realtor told me that the state of Florida insures all of these vacation properties because they are so dependent on tourism and private insurance companies won't touch them.......I don't know how far inland that goes though.......


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