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Common Myths about Flood Insurance

Flood insurance is one of those mysterious things about home ownership that many people believe the wrong things about. The most common myths about flood insurance are often the ones that keep people from purchasing it and end up forcing them to pay, literally, in the end. Here are the most common myths that you […] The post Common Myths about Flood Insurance appeared first on Blown Mortgage.
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