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Spurred by press reports that some homebuilders are retaining mining rights under houses they sell, Florida legislators are pushing disclosure and notice provisions in home sales contracts.
As lawmakers struggle to find a solution for whopping insurance rate increases, some homeowners are finding their own ways to get their homes insured and their mortgages approved.
Alligators climbing up the back stoop. Who you gonna call?
Rising premiums are putting the squeeze on Florida homeowners, and state lawmakers are looking for alternatives.
If you live in Miami, you already might already have to wade to your car during high tides. So wWith seas on the rise, what does the future hold?
Facing a public backlash, big builder D.R. Horton has decided not to hold on to mining or gas extraction rights under homes it builds and sells.
It took hundreds of truckloads of fill to top off the underground cavern that opened up under a Dunedin, Florida, neighborhood last week.
Florida is backing Mississippi in a court case seeking to stop flood insurance rate hikes. Meanwhile, Louisiana may bring its own Federal suit.
When a former munitions demonstration site and military training facility in Florida gets a new lease on life, complications arise for the area's residents.
They’ve stood empty and half-finished since 2006. Now, the county is ready to tear the houses down.
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