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2012 August - Flood Insurance Consumer Information

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Entries for August, 2012

Heritage Bank of Florida pays penalty over flood insurance

Heritage Bank of Florida pays penalty over flood insuranceNews from Bizjournals.com: Margie Manning Quality and Content Editor- Tampa Bay Business Journal Email  | Facebook  | Twitter Heritage Bank of Florida agreed to pay a $ 12,825 civil money penalty to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. The FDIC said it had reason to believe the bank violated the [...]

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Fortunately for Homeowners Without Flood Insurance, Little Water Damage …

Fortunately for Homeowners Without Flood Insurance, Little Water Damage …News from LoanSafe: (Source: Jeff Ostrowski The Palm Beach Post, Fla. (MCT) — Despite widespread flooding in western Palm Beach County during Tropical Storm Isaac, a relatively small number of homes sustained water damage — which is fortunate, because few homes in the hardest-hit areas are [...]

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City says it never advocated dropping flood insurance

City says it never advocated dropping flood insuranceNews from Roanoke Rapids Daily Herald: The City of Roanoke Rapids responded this evening to recent television reports where residents indicated the city advised them years ago to cancel their flood insurance coverage. “The City did not misinform the public on this issue,” City Manager Joseph Scherer said. [...]

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The sooner residents buy flood insurance, the cheaper it will be

The sooner residents buy flood insurance, the cheaper it will beNews from Carroll County Times: Residents who are newly added to a set of revised flood insurance maps could get lower policies if they buy insurance prior to Jan. 1, said representatives from the state coordinating office for the National Flood Insurance Program. About 2,900 [...]

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FEMA: Irene washed 26000 NJ homeowners into flood insurance policies

FEMA: Irene washed 26000 NJ homeowners into flood insurance policiesNews from The Star-Ledger – NJ.com: Jerry McCrea/The Star-LedgerView of flooded homes near the Passaic River on Zeliff Avenue in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Irene in Little Falls. It appears many New Jerseyans have heeded the call of nature. In the year since Tropical Storm [...]

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5 ways flood insurance may soak you

5 ways flood insurance may soak youNews from MSN Money: Updated at 4:09 p.m. ET on Aug. 27, 2012. This post comes from Margarette Burnette at partner site Insurance.com. As Tropical Storm Isaac heads toward the Gulf Coast, millions of homeowners are scrambling to figure out whether they have the proper flood insurance. Others are breathing a [...]

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Flood Insurance: Prepare Now

Flood Insurance: Prepare NowNews from WWBT: RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) – Hurricane season is here.  A year ago, year Hurricane Irene hit Central Virginia. As always, the key is being prepared. The Secretary of Homeland Security, which oversees the Virginia Department of Emergency Management stopped by NBC12 with some important tips on Flood Insurance. A year ago, [...]

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Minnesota lawmakers approve $167.5 million flood aid package

Minnesota lawmakers approve $ 167.5 million flood aid packageNews from Chicago Tribune: August 24, 2012|David Bailey | Reuters MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) – Minnesota legislators approved $ 167.5 million of disaster aid on Friday for Duluth and other northeastern Minnesota communities devastated by flooding and high winds in June that ripped up roads and homes and killed [...]

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Flood insurance deadline for High Park burn zone is Wednesday

Flood insurance deadline for High Park burn zone is WednesdayNews from The Coloradoan: Enter your email and we will send you a link to reset your password. Email Reset my password Cancel OK Resend Email Need help? Call 1-877-424-0063 Need help? Call 1-877-424-0063 Need help? Call 1-877-424-0063 Need help? Call 1-877-424-0063 Create an account or [...]

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Fema Agrees to Extend Low-Cost Flood Insurance to Nassau Homeowners

Fema Agrees to Extend Low-Cost Flood Insurance to Nassau HomeownersNews from Patch.com: Together with U.S. Senators Charles E. Schumer and Kirsten E. Gillibrand, I announced Wednesday that FEMA has agreed to their call for an extension of the low-cost preferred risk flood insurance policies for Nassau County property owners. Under the existing flood insurance program, [...]

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