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The Town of Leland says staff from its Department of Planning and Inspections will host an open house next week for property owners to learn more about flooding risks and flood insurance.
FEMA and the National Flood Insurance Program are urging people on the Gulf and East coasts to act now to prepare for hurricane season and buy flood insurance.
Hurricane season begins in two weeks. Homeowners, renters and business owners should consider purchasing flood insurance now. It takes 30 days from the date of purchase for a National Flood Insurance Program policy to take effect.
A common misconception is that homeowners' policies cover flood damage, but the truth is most don't.
Do you have flood insurance? After what Hurricane Matthew in 2016 and Hurricane Florence last year did, a lot of homeowners in our area may be thinking about whether to gave it.
As homeowners in the Carolinas recover from Florence, it's important they know how insurance may or may not help.
Wednesday night Wayne Goodwin, commissioner of insurance for the North Carolina Department of Insurance, spoke to homeowners in Leland.
A family in the Leland area is still living in a hotel following the storm that brought historic rainfall to parts of the Carolinas.
While visiting the Port City, Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin touched on the recent historic storm and its effects on insurance in our region.
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