I know some time back that someone was hollering about their flood insurance. Here is some info for you and everyone else too!
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I guess it depends on the State, we have new maps for the flood zones, and frankly, we are not on a flood zone, but still we have flood insurance. The reason that being in Florida and having been thru Ivan, we found out that many claims were not paid because the insurances claimed that the damages were due to flood. The insurances are marvelous companies to try to get out of paying.
Interesting. I have lost all confidence in fEMA long ago.
I remember seeing huge parking lots of 100's of FEMA trailers along our Florida Interstates, and wondered why are those here..as Katrina had already hit the La., Ala. coastine. I have always been concerned about their priorities, leadership,
Of latest concern is FEMA's 2012 Reform Act for Flood Insurance.This message has been edited. Last edited by: real estate lady,
REL - Thank C-ongress for that little goodie. I know NAR was initially thrilled with the legislation last year because many in C-ongress were determined to kill flood insurance. Unfortunately, we lost the fed subsidy. Anyone in a flood zone will see their rates go up for the next 4 years.
btw - Not all people covered by Flood Insurance are rich folks with million dollar ocean front second homes.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Charming,
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