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Agent Locator

Flood insurance protects your home. But, before you protect your home, you'll need to find an agent who lives near it. Use this straightforward tool to enter your zip code and locate an agent
near you.

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When you're ready to buy flood insurance, talk to your agent. Together, you can discuss how best to meet your insurance needs.

Please enter your zip code to find local flood insurance agents:

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Stacy Beckwith
Nowell Agency, Inc.
Email Stacy Beckwith
Direct (601) 992-4444

Agent ID:  39263
Gary Crawford
Crawford Insruance Agency of Florida, Inc.
Email Gary Crawford
Direct (239) 948-6626
General (866) 270-7135
Fax (239) 948-6646

Agent ID:  51359
Shawn Taylor
Regency Unltd Insurance & Financial Service
Email Shawn Taylor
Direct (504) 309-2900

Agent ID:  1147854
Mary Ellen Kelley
JohnPNixonInsAgency Inc
Email Mary Ellen Kelley
Direct (617) 969-3240
General (617) 969-3240
Fax (617) 969-1402

Agent ID:  126147
Ken Palmer
Email Ken Palmer
Direct (530) 742-5531

Agent ID:  41539
Mitch Hanan
State Farm
Email Mitch Hanan
Direct (541) 747-4266
Fax (541) 747-9772

Agent ID:  126198
Cynthia Ivy
Great Florida Insurance
Email Cynthia Ivy
Direct (352) 429-0039

Agent ID:  47294
Gigelle Raymond
Raymond Insurance Agency Inc
Email Gigelle Raymond
Direct (561) 278-5855

Agent ID:  44474
Jennifer Diehl
Marshall & Sterling Inc
Email Jennifer Diehl
Direct (845) 794-5544
Fax (845) 794-0430

Agent ID:  1134824
Elbert Wheat
Wheat Insurance Agency, Inc.
Email Elbert Wheat
Direct (662) 328-3035
General (662) 328-3035
Fax (662) 328-3078

Agent ID:  37390

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For flood insurance rating purposes, a primary residence is a building that will be lived in by the insured or the insured's spouse for at least 80 percent of the 365 days following the policy effective date. If the building will be lived in for less than 80 percent of the policy year, it is considered to be a non-primary residence.

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