If you want to save on your property tax bill, you’ll want to get your head around how your property’s weather affects your bill.
If you’re not sure what to do to protect your money, the Estate Tax FAQ might help.
If your property is covered by a storm damage insurance policy, it’s probably a good idea to check the policy.
The policy will cover the cost of a repair to your property if it becomes damaged in a storm.
There are also some things to consider if your property doesn’t have a storm insurance policy: What’s a storm?
A storm is a major, unexpected weather event that occurs within a few hours of a major hurricane or tornado.
A storm damage policy will generally cover the costs of repairs to your home or business if you’re in a hurricane-prone area.
Where can I get more information?
For more information about storm damage, the Horden County Flood Management Office provides information on the National Hurricane Center website.
If the weather is expected to continue, ask the county to provide a weather update.
This information can help you assess how much money you could save if you move.