Homeowners' Insurance Bill Advances

June 2000
Advisor Today;Jun2000, Vol. 95 Issue 6, p116
Trade Publication
Focuses on a legislation in the United States that would make property insurance cheaper and readily available to homeowners in disaster-prone areas. Potential benefits of the legislation to the private sector; Impact of the threat of disasters on the affordability and availability of homeowners' insurance in disaster-prone areas.


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