The price can also vary a lot depending on the house’s building materials, you’ll need to buy coverage from the California Earthquake Authority.
What does CEA stand for?
CEA stands for California Earthquake Authority
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Writers Direct Premiums Written 2007 ($ Millions) California Earthquake Authority  State Farm Group  Zurich Financial Services NA Group  American International Group Inc.
After several years of debate, Karen Kokowicz and her husband decided to buy an earthquake policy to cover their Van Nuys home after the California Earthquake Authority announced rate cuts in 2005.
The California Earthquake Authority offers basic earthquake insurance for California homeowners, renters, condominium owners and mobile home owners.
Securitization techniques have "exploded" the notion that there is a fixed, limited amount of capital available for any particular type of risk, a trend begun with the creation of the California Earthquake Authority in 1996, funded partly with investors' participation, said Mooney.
The event is presented in association with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the California Emergency Management Agency (Cal EMA), California Institute of Technology (Cal Tech), the Earthquake Country Alliance (ECA), the California Earthquake Authority and the Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC).
But that's where the similarities between the two funds pretty much end, as noted in a recent Credit Suisse/First Boston equity research report that focused on the California Earthquake Authority and how it operates.
Elaine Bush, chief executive officer of the California Earthquake Authority, said the recent San Simeon temblor is yet another reminder that an insurance policy could alleviate woes.