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Flood insurance problem: Delays, hopes and lawsuits

Flood insurance problem: Delays, hopes and lawsuits

Initially heralded as a long-overdue relief measure for homeowners at risk of flooding, 2012’s Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act extended the nation’s National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) for five years and took steps to make the program financially self-sustaining. Read the rest of this entry

Flood Insurance

Flood Insurance

In certain areas of Florida, having flood insurance is required for a home mortgage by the lender if any portion of the parcel is located within a high risk flood area.  For some consumers who have never carried a flood insurance policy before, this can be a different process from what they have been accustomed to through carrying a hazard insurance policy.  Let’s examine the aspects of carrying a flood insurance policy. Read the rest of this entry

National Flood Insurance Program Extended Five Years

Title Junction wants to keep the community aware of any new or updated laws that Congress passes and as of June 29, 2012, they extended the National Flood Insurance Program. Read the rest of this entry