Mobile homes stand in a flooded neighborhood in Bonita Springs, Florida, U.S., on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017, after Hurricane Irma. (Photo: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg)

The Atlantic hurricane season ended last November, but it presents an important opportunity to examine the homeowners insurance market for the year ahead, especially in Florida.

Already a substantial portion of Florida residents, including its coastal population of almost 15 million, are impacted by hurricanes. But hurricanes will continue to become a nationwide — not just a statewide — challenge.

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