The National Flood Insurance Program was created by Congress to provide flood insurance to property owners. Homeowners in areas designated as 100-year flood zones are supposed to hold policies from the federal program. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is telling homeowners who are covered by the program to take these steps to file a claim if flooding has damaged their home:

If your home was damaged because of flooding and is covered through the National Flood Insurance Program, FEMA offers these steps to file a claim.

What are your chances of experiencing a flood? These animated scenarios demonstrate how various factors impact different neighborhoods.

Knowing your relative flood risk level can help you assess your risk of financial loss. Once you understand your risks, you can talk with your agent to establish a coverage amount that's right for you.

When Congress authorized the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) in 1968, it intended for the program to encourage community initiatives in flood risk management, charge insurance premiums consistent with actuarial pricing principles, and encourage the purchase of flood insurance by owners... more details available at https://insurance-books.bestselleroutlets.com/casualty/product-review-for-affordability-of-national-flood-insurance-program-premiums-report-2/

When Congress authorized the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) in it intended for the program to encourage community initiatives in flood risk manag

Congress has passed a 60-day extension of the National Flood Insurance Program.  Jerry Long, RE/MAX Associates of Topeka Kansas

National Flood Insurance Program revised and extended until 2017 - Business Insurance

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Latest Real Estate News: Nearly 7 Million Homes Are at Risk of Hurricane Storm Surge, Even as National Flood Insurance Program May Expire

Nearly 7 Million Homes Are at Risk of Hurricane Storm Surge, Even as National Flood Insurance Program May Expire

The National Association of Realtors estimates that some home sales could be lost each month that authorization lapses.

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Insurance Commish: Flood Insurance Hikes Result Of Changes To National Flood Insurance Programs Read More: Jim Donelon: Flood Insurance Hikes Result Of Changes To NFIP

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Watch John Oliver Break Down America's Flawed Flood Insurance Program 'Last Week Tonight' host details glaring parts of National Flood Insurance Program Both the government and individual homeowners are at fault, Oliver argues, and significant blame can be traced back to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), which ...

Watch John Oliver Break Down America's Flawed Flood Insurance Program 'Last Week Tonight' host details glaring parts of National Flood Insurance Program Both the government and individual homeowners are at fault, Oliver argues, and significant blame can be traced back to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), which ...

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FEMA Recommends I-Codes for National Flood Insurance Program

Report to Congress states current I-Codes are effective in reducing flood-related damage.

Find the latest news and information compiled by realtor.com policy staff on the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) at: www.realtor.org/floodinsurance

NAR supports renewing and strengthening the long-term viability of the federal flood insurance program, as well as maintaining funding to update and improve the accuracy of flood maps.

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