April 28, 2014
RALEIGH, N.C. — Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin reminds North Carolinians that the Department of Insurance is here to assist people as they deal with insurance-related concerns after last week’s storms and tornadoes.
“If you have questions or complaints about your insurance, call us at the Department of Insurance,” Goodwin said. “One of our top priorities is to help people navigate the insurance claims process in the aftermath of any severe weather.”
People with insurance-related questions or complaints can call NCDOI’s Consumer Services hotline at 800-546-5664 (toll free in N.C.) or 919-807-6750 during standard business hours. Visit us online at www.ncdoi.com.
The following are some FAQs related to storm damage:
By Jody Wainio, SFR, WHS - 2014 President, Wilmington Regional Association of Realtors®
When analyzing ten major zip codes in our region – 28403, 28405, 28409, 28411, 28412, 28451, 28480, 28428, 28449, and 28443 – an average of the zip codes for year-end 2013 shows that:
- Our average sales price has increased by 4.2% from year-end 2012.
- Of the 4,643 sellers in 2013, 26.77% paid some sort of concession toward the purchase of the house.
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