IIABA Survey Finds 2.5 Million Lost Home Cover

NU Online News Service, May 13, 3:43 p.m.EDT?May 13?Nearly 2.5 million households have lost theirhomeowners insurance coverage in the last 24 months as non-renewalsand premium increases are becoming more common, according to a newsurvey by an agents group.

The consumer study was done for the Alexandria, Va.-basedIndependent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America and it drewan instant complaint from an insurers group, which said it gave anincomplete picture of the marketplace

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