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Flooding and Flood Insurance
Know Your Risk Brochure [PDF 5.6M] Text only version [8K]
Flood Facts
Everyone is at Risk
Flood Insurance Misconceptions
Lower Cost Options
What You Need to Know about Flood Insurance [PDF 288K] Text only version [4K]
Flood Insurance Q & A for Real Estate Professionals [PDF 216K] Text only version [8K]
Top Ten Facts for Consumers [PDF 356K] Text only version [4K]

Seasonal Risks
Hurricanes Can Bring Inland Flooding
Nor'easters
Winter Gulf Coast Flooding
Northwest Rainy Season

Statistics
NFIP Statistics

Spanish Language Materials

Post-Disaster Information
After the Flood Tips from the NFIP [PDF 78K] text only version [5K]
Tips for Filing Your Flood Insurance Claim [PDF 48K] text only version [4K]

Press Materials

Press Releases
Winter Weather Patterns Can Increase Risk For Flooding
Hurricane Season Multi-Media News Release
Winter Flooding Multi-Media News Release
Archived Press Releases

Fact Sheets
What To Know...What To Do [PDF 139K] Text only version [4K]
Flood History and Causes [PDF 136K] text only version [4K]
Region 2 Hurricane Fact Sheet [PDF 98.1K] .doc version [207K]
Region 3 Hurricane Fact Sheet [PDF 98.9K] .doc version [210.5K]
Region 4 Hurricane Fact Sheet [PDF 99K] .doc version [210K]
Region 6 Hurricane Fact Sheet [PDF 97K] .doc version [208.5K]

Broadcast Resources
Radio Public Service Announcement Scripts (:30 sec)

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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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