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|National Rankings By Storm Surge Risks for Top Metro Areas ||Metropolitan Areas ||Total Homes At Risk For Storm Surge ||Total Homes Located in Special Flood Hazard Areas (Flood Insurance Mandatory)||Total Homes At Risk For Storm Surge Outside Of FEMA SFHAs (Flood Insurance Voluntary) ||% Of Homes At Risk Outside of FEMA SFHAs ||Total Estimated Reconstruction Cost Value For All At Risk Homes ||Total National Flood Assistance Insurance Policies In Force ||% Of At Risk Homes With NFIP Policies||At Risk Homes Without NFIP Policies||% Of At Risk Homes Without NFIP Policies|
|6||Cape Coral, FL||308,485||143,879||164,606||53.40%||$61,989,183,591||124,941||40.50%||183,544||59.50%|
1. Botts et al. “2016 CoreLogic Surge Report” CoreLogic. Web. June 2016, table 5
2. Botts et al. “2016 CoreLogic Surge Report” CoreLogic. Web. June 2016, table 6
3. NFIP policy counts based on National Flood Insurance Program BureauNet. “Policy Information By State/” FEMA. Web. 31 May, 2016.