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Number of homeowners with insurance falling nationwide

Whether buying a beach house in Miami or cabin in Appalachia, you probably need homeowners insurance -- but what kind? While you can skip over hurricane insurance in Appalachia, that's not a nationwide trend, according to a new stud...
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