Some homeowners who are skipping coverage say they can no longer afford rising premiums
A January aerial view of Fort Myers Beach, Fla., shows cleared residential lots four months after Hurricane Ian. Joe Raedle/Getty Images
Homeowners are increasingly forgoing home insurance, gambling that the likelihood of a disaster isn’t high enough to justify the cost of a policy.
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