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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? - FloodSmart

Below are conditions and examples of applying grandfather rules. Pre-FIRM (construction prior to the date of the communitys initial FIRM or prior to January 1, 1975)


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

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

How map changes affect flood insurance. When new flood maps are issued, your flood risk may become higher or lower-which can affect what you pay for flood insurance.

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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.

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These options include grandfather rating and the Preferred Risk ... advantage of rating options such as the PRP Eligibility Extension and the grandfather rule.

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]

FAQs Template - FloodSmart

Under this Grandfather rule, the property owner must provide proper documentation to the insurance company.

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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