Floods are the No. 1 natural disaster in the United States

According to the floodsmart.gov website 25% of all damage by flooding occurs on properties not located in a Special Flood Hazard Area as designated by the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA).

Your existing policy might not cover everything

If you are located in a Special Flood Hazard Area, your mortgage lender will require you to have a flood policy to satisfy their hazard insurance requirements.

Learn how to protect yourself

If you are buying a new home or obtaining a new loan, flood insurance can be purchased immediately on the date your home closes and you take ownership.

If you are NOT buying a new home or obtaining a new loan, there is a 30-day waiting period to purchase a flood policy

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