As climate change threatens more homes, some properties are getting too costly to insure

Econ & Housing

Firefighters pull up to a burning house during the Kincade fire in Healdsburg, California, on Oct. 27, 2019.Josh Edelson | Afp | Getty ImagesAs climate change threatens the U.S. with more natural disasters, it’s becoming increasingly costly for Americans to insure their homes ⁠— and it’s only expected to get worse, according to experts.”These things…

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