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If during the PRP extension eligibility period, the agent did not obtain the necessary information to rate the building as a PRP and a property was later found to be eligible for the PRP extension, can the agent go back and re-rate it and the insured receive a refund?

Buildings that were newly mapped into an SFHA due to a map revision on or after October 1, 2008, and before January 1, 2011, are eligible for a PRP for two policy years. Property owners affected by these previous map revisions will be eligible for the PRP for the two policy years effective between January 1, 2011, and December 31, 2012. If an agent is unable to get the proper information in time for a renewal or later determines an insured building is eligible for the PRP extension, the policy can be re-rated and the insured receive back any difference in premium.

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PRIMARY RESIDENCE DISCLAIMER


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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