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State Farm Halts Home Insurance Sales In California

Zero Hedge |May 28, 2023

Faltering California took another economic hit on Friday, as America’s largest personal lines insurer said it would immediately stop selling new home insurance policies in the state. California is the largest property and casualty insurance market in the country.

State Farm attributed the decision to three factors: “historic increases in construction costs outpacing inflation, rapidly growing catastrophe exposure, and a challenging reinsurance market.” Reinsurance is a method of transferring some of an insurer’s risk to other insurers.

Existing policies will stay in effect — for now. There’s always the possibility that, if things keep deteriorating, State Farm could decide to “non-renew” current policy-holders. That’s what AIG did last year, sending thousands of high-end homeowners scrambling to find new coverage.


1 Comment on State Farm Halts Home Insurance Sales In California

  1. It seems to me that the Gaia wide natural corridor preserves they want to implement heavily targets California. Reason why political puppets are making that state very undesirable to live in by design. This will extend to most of the USA as well as other nations to of course prevent “Climate Change” and save mother earth.

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