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Flood Insurance News

California Flooding Shows Few Homeowners Have Flood Insurance Coverage

Since the Christmas holiday season, a shocking 32 trillion gallons of rain and snow have fallen on California. It has washed out roads, left millions without power and led to mudslides as wildfire-charred hills cannot possibly soak up the precipitation falling from the sky. The recent storms have caused damage in 41 of California’s 58 […]

Florida Flooding In Focus on Uninsured Homeowners After Hurricane Ian

Hurricane Ian hit the Florida coast with sustained winds of 150 miles per hour leaving behind a path of destruction that Florida resident haven’t seen since Hurricane Michael struck the state in 2018.  Millions of Floridians have been pushed out of their homes due to both flood waters and the destruction done by hurricane level […]

How to Prepare for 2022 Hurricane Season

Hurricane season is quickly approaching and be properly prepared is extremely important. Hurricanes can do shocking damage to your home and finances if your home is not prepared, and you are not carrying the correct insurance coverages.  Here is a quick overview of how to prepare for hurricane season as well as how to make […]

Louisiana Could See Major Flood Insurance Increase

As Risk Rating 2.0 is implemented around the county, many homeowners will see their flood insurance premiums rise. How much they could be headed up is anyone’s guess but new data and research from the First Street Foundation nonprofit, which has developed its own flood risk models indicates that some homeowners in Louisiana could see […]