Insurance premiums are going up for those lucky enough to be able to get insurance.
Hurricanes, rising sea levels, changing weather patterns put more homes at risk.
Do you really need a home warranty? For many consumers, the answer is "probably not."
Amidst all the mass shootings in the United States, it was perhaps the shooting of an elementary school teacher by a six-year-old student that proved Americans can still be shocked by gun violence. News of the shooting in Newport News, Va., was short on details, given the age of the
Insurance companies are being inundated with property damage claims following Hurricane Ian, but that doesn’t mean they can drag their feet when processing claims, according to the Consumer Federation of America (CFA) and United Policyholders (UP). The groups say that consumers are entitled to get their wind and flood
Hurricane Ian is gone but the devastation it leaves behind will weigh heavily on homeowners for years and may drive some low-income residents from the state. Wind and storm-surge losses from Hurricane Ian could reach as $47 billion in Florida alone, according to an analysis by CoreLogic. Damage claims are
Flood insurance premiums have risen steadily with the rising tide of flooding linked to climate change. As a result, as many as one million homeowners may sign up for the coverage or maintain their existing policy, a report by the Federal Emergency Management Agency cautions. The report was not publicly