The Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund, at the end of each calendar year, releases detailed information on insured property in Florida, including dollar values, number of single-family homes, number of mobile homes and number of condo units. This data is available in statewide totals and by county and includes Citizens Property Insurance Corporation as well as private insurers.

The report covers all residential insurance, including homeowners, rental, condo master policy and condo unit owners policies and mobile homeowners policies. It does not include business owners policies and other commercial property & casualty.

As of December 31, 2011, there were 6,411,468 million insured residential risks in Florida, including 4.4 million single-family homes, 193,594 condo master policies, 790,908 condo unit owners, 433,792 mobile homes and 583,967 renters.

Total insured residential value was $2.117 trillion, including $1.8 trillion in single-family homes, $203.7 billion in condo master policies, $84.6 billion in condo unit owners, $33.8 billion in mobile homes and $18.7 billion in renters.  

The reports released at the end of 2011 are available from the links below: