Our Resource Center is designed to help connect property owners and renters, insurance agents, real estate agents and community officials with the information they need to conduct their business, mitigate risk and insure their property.
- Changes to the NFIP - What to Expect
- Flood Insurance for Businesses: Impacts of Recent Legislation
- NFIP Definitions
- Subsidies for Older Structures
- Flood Map Changes
- Flood Insurance Advocate
- Full-risk Premiums
The agency is working closely with its National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Direct Servicing Agent (DSA) and Write Your Own (WYO) program participating insurance companies that sell and service federal flood insurance so eligible policyholders may receive refunds beginning this fall. The agency has also issued guidance so most impacted policyholders won’t be required to pay rates higher than the law now requires during the time the rate tables are being developed.
Insurance agents may find guidance in the WYO Bulletins the agency issues to the NFIP DSA and WYO companies. Information can also be found by visiting the Flood Insurance Reform webpage under FEMA.gov.
Below, please find technical information about rating policies and when changes will take place, along with information to inform your discussions with clients:
Below, please find information of interest to real estate agents supporting real estate purchase and sales in all flood risk areas:
Below, please find information of interest to local officials to help understand and explain flood insurance changes to residents in their communities: