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  • #210090

    Anonymous

    Is it true that when you use the canadian tire mastercard at any store, do you get a 2% rebate?

  • #324315

    Anonymous

    distance from the coast and/or floodable waters makes a huge difference.

    Hurricane Katrina, remember?

  • #445459

    Anonymous

    distance from the coast and/or floodable waters makes a huge difference.

    Hurricane Katrina, remember?

  • #324316

    Anonymous

    Alot has to do with how old your house is. If it was built after 2001, you’ll get a better rate because building laws changed to include updated hurricane reinforcements, such as reinforced garage doors and metal rods that are attached from the roof trusses to the foundation. If so, rates can run up as high as $ 1,700-$ 2,000 a year. If your house is older than that, rates will be much higher. Keep in mind that even if you can afford the insurance, finding a company to insure you may be difficult. Many companies have discontinued doing business in Florida after the hurricanes of 2004-2005.

  • #445460

    Anonymous

    Alot has to do with how old your house is. If it was built after 2001, you’ll get a better rate because building laws changed to include updated hurricane reinforcements, such as reinforced garage doors and metal rods that are attached from the roof trusses to the foundation. If so, rates can run up as high as $ 1,700-$ 2,000 a year. If your house is older than that, rates will be much higher. Keep in mind that even if you can afford the insurance, finding a company to insure you may be difficult. Many companies have discontinued doing business in Florida after the hurricanes of 2004-2005.

  • #324317

    Anonymous

    Why not get a very close estimate by calling a Florida agent. They will need much more information that what you have provided including information about you since your credit score will be factored in. There really isn’t a way to give a ballpark guess.

  • #445461

    Anonymous

    Why not get a very close estimate by calling a Florida agent. They will need much more information that what you have provided including information about you since your credit score will be factored in. There really isn’t a way to give a ballpark guess.

  • #324318

    Anonymous

    The flood risk is irrelevant, since flood insurance is not part of homeowners insurance. Private insurance companies do not insure against flooding. Only the federal government does. The reason is simple: the danger of flooding is so widespread and the effects of flooding are so costly that private insurers cannot make a profit by assuming the risk. Flood insurance is available only through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), a government program.

    To get he best deal on homeowners insurance, I recommend speaking with an insurance broker. A broker works with several companies and can identify the best company, rates, and coverage for you. To find a broker in your area, log on to a website like and fill out a form requesting a free quote. Good luck!

  • #445462

    Anonymous

    The flood risk is irrelevant, since flood insurance is not part of homeowners insurance. Private insurance companies do not insure against flooding. Only the federal government does. The reason is simple: the danger of flooding is so widespread and the effects of flooding are so costly that private insurers cannot make a profit by assuming the risk. Flood insurance is available only through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), a government program.

    To get he best deal on homeowners insurance, I recommend speaking with an insurance broker. A broker works with several companies and can identify the best company, rates, and coverage for you. To find a broker in your area, log on to a website like and fill out a form requesting a free quote. Good luck!

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