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Grandfathering | Flood Insurance | Flood Map | FloodSmart

Flood insurance grandfathering by flood risk and flood zone on flood maps can help you save money while protecting your home.

What Is the Grandfathering Rule? - Flood Insurance Agents

MARC 2015 NFIP Grandfathering Rules for Agents Know the Options To reflect current flood risks, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is

NFIP MAP & ZONE GRANDFATHER RULES - FloodSmart

NFIP MAP & ZONE GRANDFATHER RULES What is the Grandfather Rule? A community will occasionally make structural improvements (dams, levees, etc.) to reduce the potential

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WHAT IS THE GRANDFATHER RULE? When flood map changes occur, the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) provides a lower-cost flood insurance rating option known as ...

Floodsmart | Map changes and Flood Insurance | Flood Risk ...

The National Flood Insurance Program grandfathering rules allow policyholders who have built in compliance with the flood map in effect at the time of construction ...

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - FloodSmart

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) 1. ... Insurance Program (NFIP) grandfathering rule. 8. What will happen if I move from a high-risk to a low- or moderate-

Manuals & Publications | Resource Library | FloodSmart Agents

Flood insurance manuals, flood insurance premium comparisons, ... NFIP Grandfather Rules: PDF [507KB] 08/01/2002: NFIP Program Description: PDF [161KB] TXT [124KB]

Agent Tips on Flood Map Changes

Agent Tips on Flood Map Changes V083005 TYPE OF ... grandfather rules to recognize policyholders who have either built in compliance with the flood map

PRP Eligibility | Managing a Policy | FloodSmart Agents

PRP Eligibility for lower-cost preferred risk flood insurance rates, high-risk flood zones, flood insurance policy, and building coverage information.

Discussing Map Changes | Managing a Policy | FloodSmart Agents

Tips on discussing map changes about flood maps, high-risk areas, PRP eligibility extension, and flood risk.

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