1. Diologue with a client in KY on controlling the cost of Flood Insurance

    Hi Pamela thanks for reaching out, Sorry we didn't get to you on Friday. let's try to align on Monday. You can call the office 1-866-990-7482. I have three ideas I want to discuss. Idea 1 - Get an Elevation Certificate 1) you can get a surveyor out to give you an Elevation certificate. I can order it for you or you can google search for your area and elevation certificate. If I order for you I am…Read More

  2. How You Can Take Control of the Rising Cost of Flood Insurance

    In June 2008, 11 million people were affected by flooding across the Midwest. That number represents the most people ever affected by a natural disaster in US history. Flooding is one of the most common natural disasters in the US. And they're becoming more frequent than ever before. With this increased risk, it's time for homeowners to seriously consider whether the costs of flood insurance outwe…Read More

  3. How to Prepare for Your NFIP Flood Premium Shock

    As flood waters enter a home, ruin begins. Wood framing sucks up water like a ShamWow. Outlets underwater are now useless. If your area has clay soil like many in the south, it absorbs water. Clay's uneven nature will break up the foundation. Embedded pipes rupture and window and door frames sag and break. Most flooring and furniture fill with contamination from sewage in the waters. Non-porous fl…Read More

  4. Lloyds of london Flood Insurance

    https://youtu.be/vhpXo644IZo Who is Lloyds of London and what they have to do with Lloyds of London Flood insurance? Lloyds of London also known as Lords of London and just simply Lloyds is one of the strongest financial entities in the world. You guessed Lloyds of London is located in London (the financial district). Lloyds is the very first modern insurer, and the strongest (A+ rated) AM Best. …Read More

  5. FACE of Natural Disaster & Flawed FEMA Maps

    These days about a week after the devastation from the back to back Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. It is not hard to find an image of the massive damage in their wake. The back to back storms have now passed and the water is still receding, now is the time to assess the extent of the damage and prepare to repair and in some cases rebuild. Ruined floors, soaked furniture, and clothing, ruined electro…Read More

  6. Government kicks the NFIP can down the street 2 more months

    The National Flood Insurance program was set to expire the End of September 30 2017. Our government seemed to be off to a good start addressing it before the election of Trump and then started working on it early in the year. I was quite hopeful that they would come together to address the #1 natural that we face in this country. But it appears to be a bigger issue then many had thought it would b…Read More