Things To Know When Purchasing A Flood Insurance Policy

Dated: September 22 2017

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  • Ask your agent the right questions.

  • Know what is and is not covered. Contents are not covered by a building/structure flood policy. You'll need another policy for contents within the building.

  • What you need to know about your deductible.

  • There is typically a 30 day wait period between when you buy a flood insurance policy and when it goes into effect, but there are some exceptions.

  • There is a congressionally-mandated surcharge added to all National Flood Insurance Program policies.



Information is from https://www.fema.gov/national-flood-insurance-program

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