1. Private flood insruance compliance

    Privatefloodcompliance-5b226ae3bd29e   Compliance Information Flood Insurance Reform and Modernization ______________________________________________________________________ THIS POLICY MEETS ALL OF THE PROVISIONS REQUIRED BY: The National Flood Insurance Act of 1968, as amended; and The Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973, as amended, 42 U.S.C. §4001 et. Seq.; including Biggert Waters Flo…Read More

  2. 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

  3. End the Flood Insurance Monopoly – Please

    As an Expert in flood insurance, we are uniquely positions to shop all flood policies to date for our clients both private flood and the NFIP. We also see the confusing wording and the CYA tactics local government, lenders, and insurance companies have created to address the unclear direction in the law and guidelines specified in regards to private flood insurance. And this issue seems to be on…Read More

  4. Why do people Drop Flood coverage?

    Insurance, any type of insurance is intended to save us from Financial Ruin, yet why do we choose to go without it? When Hurricane Harvey made landfall and Hurricane Irma was 7 days out, our phones started lighting up, most people of whom did not currently have flood coverage wanted to get it and as fast as they could. Unfortunately, it was too late for them and our heartstrings were tugged as we …Read More

  5. 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

  6. On a Mission to Save People’s Homes from Flood

    It’s always disheartening to hear about people who are being taken advantage of. It’s even worse when those same people are being taken advantage of on top of attempting to recover from the impact of a natural disaster. This is all too common with flood insurance. Imagine being told your flood insurance would be going up while simultaneously dealing with the devastation of a flood. Maybe you d…Read More

  7. Make a Home Inventory List for Your Insurance Provider

    In a previous blog, we mentioned the fact that it’s a good idea to make a list of all of your belongings to give to your insurance provider in the event that something happens to your home. Today we’d like to go a little more in-depth so that you can be well prepared in the event that nature strikes and your home is damaged. Before starting, know that it’s never a bad idea to check with your…Read More