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When remapping takes place, some clients may move out of a flood zone. When this happens, it's important to remind them that the change only reduces their risk; it does not remove it.

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Flood map change letter to clients When flood maps change to the benefit of your clients, it's important to remind them that their risk is not removed, only reduced. This letter does just that. 1 2 3 4 5
Flood map changes: I want to cancel my policy Customers should understand that there is a difference in flood insurance being required and flood insurance being recommended. (This blog in FAIA's Community requires a log-in.) 1 2 3 4 5
Flood Remapping: Agent Responsbility This blog in FAIA's Community answers the question: "What exactly is the responsibility of the agency? Do we have to contact every customer and discuss this, or can we rely on the Write Your Own (WYO) flood company to identify those policyholders whose zones have changed?" 1 2 3 4 5
Steps for converting Standard Rated policy to Preferred Risk policy The Federal Emergency Management Agency has simplified the process for converting standard-rated policies to PRPs. This PDF contains easy steps for conversion. 1 2 3 4 5
Will you be ready when flood maps change? Flood zone remapping is taking place around the country. It is important to help your clients understand how these map changes affect their flood risk insurance options.  1 2 3 4 5