Trio of property insurance writers seek rate increases

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” data-image-caption=”” data-medium-file=”″ data-large-file=”″ /> Three Florida property insurance companies, Citizens Property Insurance Corp., Kin Interinsurance Network, and First Community Insurance Co., have requested rate increases for the upcoming fiscal year from the Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR). Citizens proposed a 14.2 percent hike in insurance expenses due to inflation in the construction market, with an average increase of 13.9 percent for homeowner

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