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Flood Insurance Consumer Information

Flood Insurance Consumer Information

Flood Insurance Prices High in Brooke County, Officials Upset

Flood Insurance Prices High in Brooke County, Officials UpsetNews from WTRF:
Brooke County officials are upset with the high cost of flood insurance. Officials want FEMA to reassess the flood plain map in Wellsburg in the hopes of getting high insurance costs down.
Commissioner Tim Ennis said FEMA’s flood plain map [...] Continue Reading…

9 Investigates state senator’s concerns over flood insurance costs

9 Investigates state senator’s concerns over flood insurance costsNews from WFTV Orlando:TALLAHASSEE, Fla. —
Florida residents hold 37 percent of all flood insurance policies in the United States and one state senator says the rates are too high. “I think the flood insurance is really the Achilles heel of the state [...] Continue Reading…

FEMA Sets up Review Process for Sandy Flood Insurance Claims

FEMA Sets up Review Process for Sandy Flood Insurance ClaimsNews from ABC News:

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Rise in government insurance rates to mirror rising waters, flood debt

Rise in government insurance rates to mirror rising waters, flood debtNews from Washington Post:
Jeff Heuwinkel, 28, of the District photographs “the awesome power of water” in Potomac, Md., at the C&O Canal National Historic Park. After Hurricane Sandy, the Potomac River exceeded flood stage. (Katherine Frey/The Washington Post)
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FEMA Requiring Flood Insurance In Union City

FEMA Requiring Flood Insurance In Union CityNews from YourErie:After a tornado ripped through Union City in May of 2013 F.E.M.A. looked deeper into that area and now considers it a flood plain.This determination now requires residents in that area to purchase flood insurance which is no easy task.We spoke [...] Continue Reading…

Pickett advises homeowners of flood insurance resources

Pickett advises homeowners of flood insurance resourcesNews from Towanda Daily Review:
HARRISBURG – With Pennsylvania as one of the most flood-prone states in the nation, Rep. Tina Pickett (R-Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna) is urging homeowners to consider flood insurance and take preventative measures to protect their properties.
“We need only be reminded of Tropical [...] Continue Reading…

Flood insurance rates rising again

Flood insurance rates rising againNews from Florida Keys Keynoter:
Homeowners in the Florida Keys and elsewhere may have some sticker shock April 1 when they receive their bills for flood insurance.
Premiums could increase by up to 18 percent under the 2014 Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act, which replaced the 2012 [...] Continue Reading…

FEMA will address all Hurricane Sandy flood insurance cases, not just those in …

FEMA will address all Hurricane Sandy flood insurance cases, not just those in …News from SILive.com:

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — At the request of New York’s U.S. senators, the Federal Emergency Management Agency will expand its investigation of flood insurance fraud to all eligible Hurricane Sandy victims.
Hearing about alleged flood insurance [...] Continue Reading…

UPDATE: Flood insurance rates will increase April 2015

UPDATE: Flood insurance rates will increase April 2015News from WLOX:

New flood map shows Jackson County. (Photo source: WLOX News)
SOUTH MISSISSIPPI (WLOX) – Flood insurance rates are going up this April because the National Flood Insurance Program is implementing several rating changes related to congressionally mandated flood reform.
 
South Group Insurance [...] Continue Reading…

Flood insurance rates will change in 2016

Flood insurance rates will change in 2016News from WLOX:

New flood map shows Jackson County. (Photo source: WLOX News)
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The cost of insuring against floods is going up. That’s because the National Flood Insurance Program is implementing several changes that include new flood maps, effective April 1. This [...] Continue Reading…