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Homeowners Insurance: Multiple Challenges Make Expanding Private Coverage Difficult
Alicia Puente Cackley (au)
Homeowners insurance protects against a range of perils, but policies do not insure against all risks. Owners whose homes are damaged by natural and other disasters not covered by their insurance can be exposed to serious financial losses. Federal and state initiatives provide some assistance for catastrophes, which can involve significant taxpayer expense. With coastal populations growing and the possibility of more frequent and severe weather, more homeowners could experience heavy losses not covered by homeowners insurance, putting increasing financial pressure on government programs and thus on taxpayers. This report addresses (1) what perils homeowners policies typically cover and exclude; (2) how exclusions impact homeowners and taxpayers and the potential benefits of more comprehensive coverage; and (3) what additional perils insurers might be willing to cover and what challenges are associated with expanding policies. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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