One percent of the properties could not be assessed, Minnis said.
Last month, Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister advised Parliament it would take $12.1 million to repair the structural damage sustained to both Abaco and Grand Bahama during the passage of Hurricane Dorian.
The public works minister went through the figures as he contributed to the debate on the disaster preparedness amendment bill.
The cost included assessments for buildings on the two storm ravaged islands where there was significant damage to commercial buildings, mixed-used buildings, and public buildings.
Of that cost, $3.6 million is needed for buildings that were destroyed and cannot be salvaged and over $3 million is needed for buildings that were severely damaged, he said.
At that time, Bannister revealed 1,183 assessments had been completed for buildings that received minimal damage, and another 508 assessments for buildings with moderate damage.
“That’s a total of $12,132,500,” he said at the time.
“And I said we are not finish, but that will give you an idea of where we are going.”