1. How do I get a LOMA?

    Shawn Ziegaus Rental Property Investor from Lake City, FL Just getting into my first rental. However the flood insurance we are having to pay is a pretty hefty payment each month. I have been looking into petitioning for removal of the requirement just solely to be able to increase monthly cash flow. If anyone has any tips on how to go go through this process or the best way to increase your o…Read More

  2. Do I need to buy flood insurance on a ground unit condo?

    This post is from a post on bigger pockets a real estate investment site.  I worte on anwering a question about flood insruance. Flood Nerd responce to question on buying flood insurance @Aaron K. and @Claire Rosenberg all properties are in a flood zone the only differentiator with the flood zones is the "high-risk" flood zones is your lender will require flood insurance in order to get the funds…Read More

  3. Dialogue with Flood Nerd about Low-risk flood zone vs High-risk flood zone

    Olé at Lely Resort Condo Association (LOMA) Dialogue with Flood Nerd about Low-risk flood zone vs High-risk flood zone Hello, Doris, thanks for letting us look at your property what an honor.  Beautiful condo community It is looking like you are shopping to replace an existing condo unit policy that is written with the NFIP (National Flood Insurance Program) You also noted that your condo unit i…Read More

  4. Trouble selling 2 of my homes. Flood land

    Question: I am having trouble selling 2 of my homes. Erik L Pittsfield MA I'm selling both of my rental houses in town so I can invest out of state. Both are in a flood area so I need extra insurance and home buyers run away once they hear that. In both situations what can I do to help the buyer not freak out and actually want to acquire the property? Answer: Flood Nerd I idea on selling a propert…Read More

  5. FAQ – Diologue with a Client about RCV vs ACV

    We often get asked if the flood policy we quote is Replacement cost or Actual cash. This post will hopefully clear up the question. If you have further questions or want to speak with a flood nerd feel free to call us at 1-866-990-7482. And if you want to save money on your flood insurance let us do your shopping. Flood Nerd to Lisa F (OR): Hi Lisa, Thanks for reaching out, I have exciting news, y…Read More