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Sometimes the worst situations bring out the best in all of us. Nothing paints the picture better than what our Kinfolk are experiencing at Florida’s insurance villages.
Florida homeowners insurance rates are some of the most expensive in the country. We take a close look at what's causing the high cost and give tips for what homeowners can do about it.
When experts share data about US natural disasters, we always take notice. These are the numbers that caught our attention in 2021.
Climate change is changing how hurricanes behave, and that means people beyond the Gulf Coast may see named storms.
Interest rates may be going up, but they're still lower than previous year. That combined low housing inventory is pushing demand up, making the competition for available homes fierce. Will that pattern continue? We looked at experts’ housing market predictions for 2022 to see what’s in store.
Changes by both the FHA and Fannie Mae may mean higher US homeownership rates in 2022.
Hurricane Ida offers a case study in how we use technology to help our customers weather and recover from the storm.
The best time to sell a house is at the end of spring and through the summer months when families are looking to relocate prior to school starting.
Find out why we made our film “Florida, Man.”
Lumber prices have soared in 2021, and they’ve caused dwelling replacement costs to increase. The result? Home insurance costs are going up.
Underinsurance is a big problem for 64 percent of US homes. Without enough insurance, these homeowners may not be able to fully recover from a catastrophic loss.
Kin has officially arrived in Louisiana. Let's celebrate by helping you save on home insurance!
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