Sandy victims face surging flood insurance costs

East Coast residents rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy are facing another obstacle: Their homes must meet strict federal regulations, such as raising them on stilts, or they will face significantly higher flood insurance premiums. "Everyone assumes when you say a 'home on the water,' people have tons and tons of money, but that's not the case. Most of these homeowners are middle class," homeowner George Kasimos says.

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