Insurance premiums could surge in these U.S. cities because of climate disasters, new data shows

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Millions of American homeowners could see insurance rates surge in the coming years in part due to worsening climate disasters, new data shows.

An analysis of from nonprofit research group First Street Foundation found nearly 39 million homes and commercial properties – about 27% of properties in the Lower 48 – are at risk of their premiums spiking as insurer… Read more.


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Source: https://uphelp.org/insurance-premiums-could-surge-in-these-u-s-cities-because-of-climate-disasters-new-data-shows/
Date: February 23, 2024