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Foreclosure rate. later this year due to Hurricane Florence, which impacted nearly half a million homes in North Carolina alone. We also see increases in serious delinquency rates in Florida and.
· Hurricane Irma regained strength to a Category 4 storm on Sunday as it began pummeling Florida and threatening landfall within hours. The eye of the Category 4 storm slammed into the lower Florida Keys and was 15 miles (24 kilometers) southeast.
In fact, the foreclosure rate for the first quarter of 2018 was down 19% from the first quarter of 2017. Part of the change in foreclosure rates can be tied back to the crash of 2007-2008. Up until calendar year 2018, half of the mortgages going into foreclosure were originated between 2004 and 2008. The financial free-for-all (and subsequent free-fall) triggered by poor loan decisions appeared to be clearing in 1st quarter 2018.
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Many people are focused on the staggering figure of 40,000 homes lost, but another number also deserves close scrutiny: The flooding destroyed as many as a million cars in the Houston metro area.
· Tornadoes are getting more dangerous than hurricanes. The average annual loss for the 12 years ended in 2015 from “severe convection storms,” a.k.a. tornadoes, was $11.23 billion compared to $11.28 billion for hurricanes. So this year’s accounting could find tornadoes well ahead of hurricanes in terms of total damage.
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More than 3.3 million homes and. during the hurricane. About 30,000 people heeded orders to leave the Keys as the storm closed in, but an untold number refused, in part because, to many.
Hurricane Irma knocks out power to 5.8 million Florida homes and businesses. Duke’s outages jumped to 860,000 overnight; the company said it expected outages could ultimately exceed 1 million. Emera’s Tampa Electric utility reported that 300,000 homes and businesses lost power by Monday morning.
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Gridlock as Floridians evacuate, but some prepare to ride out Irma More than a half-million people in Miami-Dade County. water and troops after the hurricane smashed homes, schools and roads,