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- FEMA annouces Higher than Expected Rate Increase effective April 2015
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We have multiple private carriers to provide you with the best policy and lowest costs! New York Times: How to assess private flood insurance
http://www.emergencymgmt.com/disaster/Flood-insurance-A-roll-of-the-dice.html Make sure you call us before you roll the dice on flood coverage. For High risk zones we offer 4 different private markets that can save you from FEMA’s increases!
For many folks in Texas, hurricane season started early. Last week severe rain storms unleashed a torrent of water that triggered flash floods, causing rivers to swell over their banks, flooding homes and businesses. According to reports, over 1,400 homes … Continue reading
Hundreds of thousands will experience the rate increases… we are your ‘one stop shop’ to save on flood insurance! Gainesville, FL (PRWEB) December 16, 2014 Effective April 1, 2015, the first wave of FEMA rate increases resulting from the Homeowners … Continue reading
WASHINGTON – With just one month until the official start of the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season on June 1, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) urges Americans to ensure their families, homes and businesses are prepared for the risks associated … Continue reading
The government program, NFIP (National FLood Insurance Program) is running in debt. You and I are subsidizing people living on the coastline..However, if you do have to pay for flood insurance you may as well pay the least amount possible. … Continue reading
The Head of FEMA recently announced that rates in the NFIP or National Flood Insurance Program are going up. The bottom line here is that the program is not paying for itself and it needs to. The good news is … Continue reading
You have to feel sorry for this elderly couple who appear to have lost it all.. but they have had 5 floods since 2005 and could not afford to carry the coverage.
Extending the National Flood Program in choppy waters Click here to view the article on FEMA Flood Insurance and the vote to keep it going for the next five years