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Our agency works hard to stay current and up-to-date so we can provide you the knowledge and resources you need, when you need it. Be sure to check back often as we are continually revising this page and its content to provide you (or your clients) the most updated information available so you can better understand your flood insurance policy.
How to Buy Flood Insurance
You can only purchase flood insurance through an insurance agent; you cannot buy it directly from the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) or private carriers
As a general agent, National Flood Insurance, LLC is able to write your flood insurance policy, nationwide, through either the NFIP or a private A+ rated carrier.
How to Renew Your Flood Insurance Policy
Your flood insurance policy does not renew automatically, so it is important to ensure your policy does not lapse.
Homes and businesses in high-risk areas that are susceptible to flooding are required to have flood insurance if the mortgage is from federally regulated or insured lender. Even if you live outside a mapped high-risk area, flood insurance is still strongly recommended. Though your flood risk may be reduced, it is not eliminated. In addition, your Flood Insurance Agent can keep you updated on flood zone changes.
Understanding Flood Insurance
Remember, only flood insurance financially covers your home, business, and your personal property from flood damage.
It is important to know about the coverage, deductibles, rates, waiting periods, and requirements.
Paying for Flood Insurance
Whether a new purchase or a renewal, your flood insurance agent can help you make your payment.
Generally, payments can be made by credit card (Discover Card, Visa, MasterCard or American Express), check, or money order.
Summary of Your Flood Insurance Coverage
Since there are two different types of flood insurance (Building Property and Personal Property) it is important to know and understand the type of coverage you have, what is covered by flood insurance, and what is not covered.
For additional insight, we also provide in-depth details from FEMA and government backed NFIP.
How to File Your Flood Insurance Claim
If you have experienced a flood, we can provide you the steps you can take to file your flood insurance claim. You can also reach an agent at (888) 900.0404 and they can help assist you in starting the claim process.
For additional insight, we also provide in-depth details from FEMA and government backed NFIP.
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Content for coverage through FEMA and The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) was obtained by FEMA and The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) websites.