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Indestructible Homes: How Disaster Resistant Building Practices are Mitigating Losses
Following Hurricane Michael little remained in Mexico Beach Florida. Destruction was the only obvious landscape feature surrounding this beautiful beach community. In surveying photos of the damaged community, however, one thing sticks out.
How Smart Home Technology is Influencing Home Insurance
By now, most Americans have grown accustomed to smart devices. Whether it is a smartphone or a smartwatch, we interact many times a day with some sort of smart device. These gadgets have changed the way we live providing unprecedented convenience and productivity.
Tornado Season – Are We Prepared?
On March 3, 2019, the small sleepy town of Beauregard Alabama began the day just like any other. By 2:00 pm, the chaos began. A violent long track tornado ripped through the town causing 27 fatalities and 97 injuries. By 2:30, the chaos was over. This rural community was devastated.
Hurricane Michael’s Destruction – lessons learned about evolving risks.
Hurricane Michael developed into a Category 5 storm on October 10, 2018, and made landfall near Mexico Beach, Florida, in the Florida Panhandle. Michael had wind speeds that just recently confirmed it as a Category 5 storm, which is likely the strongest hurricane to ever hit the Florida Panhandle.
Hotel Industry Trends for 2019: Everything You Need to Know

The value of the global hotel industry crossed $500 Billion in 2018. In the US alone, that number reached $200 Billion last year.

The hospitality industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in the world. That is largely due to innovation and forward-thinking trends.

But what changes should you expect to see in the coming year? Will they change the way you enjoy your stay away from home?

2019 and Beyond: How Will The Effects of Wildfires in California Impact the Real Estate Market?

Natural disasters are threatening to have a devastating effect on the housing market. 

Every year brings bigger and direr threats to communities across the country. Only so much can be done to protect your home against never-before-seen forces of nature.

When you come up against one of these acts of God, you can only hope your insurance will cover your losses.