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Flood Insurance Publications

This collection features publications about the National Flood Insurance Program. The publications include information about what to do before, during and after a flood. Many of these resources are in Spanish.

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By Stakeholder Group: Consumers, Policyholders, Agents, Realtors, Lenders, Industry/WYO, Government

By Topic: Hurricane, Flood, Spring, Snowmelt, Map Change

By Material Type: Poster, Flyer, Brochure, Postcard, Fact Sheet, Email Template, Infographic

By Language: Spanish, English

50th Anniversary of the National Flood Insurance Program Poster 8.5x11

This is the print size (8.5x11) version of the NFIP 50th Anniversary infographic.

50th Anniversary of the National Flood Insurance Program Poster 16x20

This is the large size (16x20) version of the NFIP 50th Anniversary infographic.

Agent Resources Postcard (Print-Ready)

Print-ready and customizable postcards to inform agents and WYO companies about available resources for marketing and selling flood insurance from NFIP. Please note: Customizable areas of the postcard are clearly indicated in magenta. Please do not alter any other elements of the postcard.

Agent Resources Postcard (Customizable)

Print-ready and customizable postcards to inform agents and WYO companies about available resources for marketing and selling flood insurance from NFIP. Please note: Customizable areas of the postcard are clearly indicated in magenta. Please do not alter any other elements of the postcard.

Customer Acquisition Postcards (Print-Ready)

Marketing resources -- including letters, brochures, postcards -- to help agents communicate to new clients about flood risk and the importance of flood insurance.

Customer Retention Postcard

Marketing resources -- including letters, brochures, postcards -- to help agents communicate to clients about flood risk and the importance of flood insurance.

Disaster Survivors with Flood or Homeowners/Renters Insurance are Encouraged to Apply for Disaster Assistance

Individuals who have flood insurance through the National Flood Insurance Program and live in areas designated as having a Presidential Disaster Declaration are encouraged to apply for FEMA assistance, in addition to filing their flood claim. For individuals who are found to be eligible, FEMA disaster assistance may help with uncovered expenses, like additional living expenses (e.g., temporary housing).

Poster: Flood After Fire

A full-color poster that explains how wildfires can dramatically alter the terrain and increase the risk of floods.

Flyer: Flood After Fire

A full-color flyer that explains how wildfires can dramatically alter the terrain and increase the risk of floods.

El Folleto: Inundaciones Después de un Incendio (Spanish)

Folleto que explica el riesgo de inundación después de incendios forestales.

El Póster: Inundaciones Después de un Incendio (Spanish)

Póster que explica el riesgo de inundaciones después de incendios forestales.

Flood Insurance Agent Field Guide

A concise and easy-to-understand reference guide of flood insurance information and tips for having the flood talk with clients and prospects.

Flyer: Just One Inch of Water

Flyer (8.5x11”): Just 1 inch of water can cause $25,000 of damage to your home. This is a “Nat Geo” campaign's flyer.

Agent Map Update Factsheet: From High-Risk to Low- to Moderate-Risk

When flood maps update, agents can play a critical role in helping clients understand their new flood risk and maintain the financial protection they need at the best rate.

Helping Clients Understand the Newly Mapped Procedure

For clients, learning that their property’s flood risk is increasing can be a stressful and overwhelming time. As agents, you can build your business while building trust by helping clients – both property owners and renters – understand their new flood risk and ways to reduce their flood insurance costs.

Hurricane Season Email Template (for new clients)

Hurricane Season is officially here. Help your clients to protect the lives they've built by encouraging them to purchase flood insurance before peak hurricane season arrives. Materials can be used throughout hurricane season (June-November) being mindful of sensitivities in an area when a hurricane is imminent or a community is recovering from a recent storm.

Hurricane Season Flyer - Storm

If this year's hurricane season is like the last, many Americans could soon find themselves in the path of a potentially devastating storm. Community officials are encouraged use the resources on this page to encourage local residents to purchase flood insurance today. Materials can be used throughout hurricane season (June-November) being mindful of sensitivities in an area when a hurricane is imminent or a community is recovering from a recent storm.

Map Change Lifecycle Infographic for Agents (Online Only)

An infographic that illustrates the flood map change process.

NFIP Door Hanger (Print-Ready)

Print-ready door hanger to help agents inform clients about the importance of flood insurance.

NFIP Marketing and Outreach Materials: Puerto Rico Outreach Brochure

Marketing resources for agents to sell lower-cost, contents-only flood insurance policies to clients in Puerto Rico.

NFIP Marketing and Outreach Materials: Puerto Rico Outreach Flyer

Marketing resources for agents to sell lower-cost, contents-only flood insurance policies to clients in Puerto Rico.

NFIP Marketing and Outreach Materials: Puerto Rico Outreach Postcard

Marketing resources for agents to sell lower-cost, contents-only flood insurance policies to clients in Puerto Rico.

NFIP Marketing and Outreach Materials: Puerto Rico Outreach Brochure (Spanish)

Marketing resources for agents to sell lower-cost, contents-only flood insurance policies to clients in Puerto Rico.

NFIP Marketing and Outreach Materials: Puerto Rico Outreach Postcard (Spanish)

Marketing resources for agents to sell lower-cost, contents-only flood insurance policies to clients in Puerto Rico.

NFIP Marketing and Outreach Materials: Puerto Rico Outreach Flyer (Spanish)

Marketing resources for agents to sell lower-cost, contents-only flood insurance policies to clients in Puerto Rico.

Spring Worries Snow Melt Poster

A poster to alert customers in the Midwest to the risks of winter flooding.

Spring Worries Snow Melt Flyer

A flyer to alert customers in the Midwest to the risks of winter flooding.

Spring Wave Poster

Marketing materials to alert customers to the risk of flooding during the spring season.

Spring Wave Flyer

Marketing materials to alert customers to the risk of flooding during the spring season.

Información Importante Después de Su Inspección (Spanish)

La siguiente información delinea el proceso de reclamos por inundación, incluyendo los pasos que debe tomar cuando comienza su reclamo con el Programa Nacional de Seguro Contra Inundación y cuando trabaja con su ajustador y agente de seguros.

In or Out of the High-Risk Flood Area—Everyone Needs Flood Insurance

This fact sheet explains why everyone--regardless of whether they are inside or outside the high-risk flood area--needs flood insurance, and how to purchase flood insurance.

Appealing Your Flood Insurance Claim

Appealing Your Flood Insurance Claim

Why Do I Need Flood Insurance?

Increased Cost of Compliance Brochure

Increased Cost of Compliance (ICC) coverage is one of several resources for flood insurance policyholders that need additional help rebuilding after a flood. It will provide up to $30,000 to help cover the cost of mitigation measures that will reduce flood risk. ICC benefits can also help pay for improvements required for repetitive loss properties.

Cobertura del aumento en el costo de cumplimiento (Spanish)

Spanish translation of the document: Increased Cost of Compliance Coverage

Flood Insurance Requirements for Recipients of Federal Disaster Assistance

When property owners receive financial assistance from the Federal Government following a Presidentially declared disaster, they may be required to purchase flood insurance coverage.

Programa Nacional de Seguro Contra Inundación Requisitos del Seguro Contra Inundación para Beneficiarios De Asistencia Federal por Desastres (Spanish)

Programa Nacional de Seguro Contra Inundación Requisitos del Seguro Contra Inundación para Beneficiarios De Asistencia Federal por Desastres (Spanish)

Flood Loss Avoidance Information For NFIP Policyholders

These documents explain some loss avoidance steps the National Flood Insurance Program flood insurance policyholders can take to protect their property before flooding occurs. For example, up to $1,000 may be paid for reasonable expenses to move insured property in order to protect it from flood, or the imminent danger of flood.

NFIP: Questions & Answers About Flood Insurance for Real Estate

Designed for real estate professionals, this brochure provides answers to the following questions: Why should I alert my clients about the importance of purchasing flood insurance? Who can purchase flood insurance? How do clients obtain a flood insurance policy? How much will it cost? When is the best time to buy? SFHA is a special flood hazard area?

Federal Insurance: Moonshot Starter Kit

The stakeholder starter kit is designed to help our partners deliver strategic messaging into their communities about the significance of purchasing flood insurance now. The starter kit consists of key messages and templates that stakeholders can leverage to communicate the role insurance plays in advancing our nation’s resiliency following a disaster.

Federal Insurance: Moonshot Starter Kit (Spanish)

The stakeholder starter kit is designed to help our partners deliver strategic messaging into their communities about the significance of purchasing flood insurance now. The starter kit consists of key messages and templates that stakeholders can leverage to communicate the role insurance plays in advancing our nation’s resiliency following a disaster.

Understanding Mudflow and the NFIP

Read about mudflow coverage under the National Flood Insurance Program.

Preferred Risk Policy Information for Homeowners and Renters

The National Flood Insurance Program's (NFIP) Preferred Risk Policy (PRP) offers lower-cost protection for homes and apartments in areas of low to moderate flood risk. These areas outside of known floodplains are shown as B, C, or X, zones on a Flood Insurance Rate Map.

F-061: Your Homeowners Insurance Doesn't Cover Floods (palm card)

This publication warns homeowners that most homeowners' insurance policies do not cover floods. Only flood insurance reimburses homeowners for flood damage to property.

F-061S: Su Seguro de Vivienda de Residencia no cubre Inundaciones (Your Homeowners Insurance Doesn't Cover Floods, palm card)

Los Seguros De Vivienda No Cubren Inundaciones

F-777: Build Back Safer and Stronger - What you Need to Know

If your home or business was damaged or destroyed by Sandy, you face major decisions about your property. The brochure below contains considerations for the decisions you can make now to help provide a safer, stronger future for you and your family.

If you would like to order this publication in a hardcopy format, download and use the NFIP Public Awareness Materials Order Form.

F-687S: Manual de Reclamaciones para Seguros Contra Inundaciones (Flood Insurance Claims Handbook)

Manual de Reclamación

FY2018 Financial Assistance-Subsidy Arrangement

FY2018 Financial Assistance-Subsidy Arrangement

F-441: Insurance Agents Lowest Floor Guide

The Insurance Agent's Lowest Floor Guide will assist you in determining the lowest floor for flood insurance rating purposes for the majority of your business.

F-057: NFIP Public Awareness Materials Order Form

This form provides a list of available NFIP materials including brochures, toolkits, handbooks, fact sheets, and palm cards.

F-778: Summary of Coverage for Commercial Properties (handbook)

This document was prepared by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) to help you understand your commercial flood insurance policy. It provides general information about deductibles, what is and is not covered by flood insurance, and how items are valued at the time of loss.

FY2020 Financial Assistance/Subsidy Arrangement

FY2020 Financial Assistance Subsidy Arrangement

FY2017 Financial Assistance-Subsidy Arrangement

FY2017 Financial Assistance-Subsidy Arrangement

NFIP Marketing Guidelines for WYO Companies

Guidelines established by FEMA to assist WYO companies in marketing flood insurance to consumers.

F-084: Answers to Questions About the National Flood Insurance Program (brochure)

This booklet is intended to acquaint the public with the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Despite the highly technical nature of the Program, there has been a deliberate effort to minimize the use of technical terms. This publication is designed for readers who do not need a detailed history or refined technical or legal explanations but do need a basic understanding of the program and the answers to some frequently asked questions. Readers who need legal definitions should refer to the Standard Flood Insurance Policy and to NFIP and related regulations.

F-687S: Manual de Reclamaciones para Seguros Contra Inundaciones (Flood Insurance Claims Handbook)

Manual de Reclamación

F-687:  NFIP Claims Handbook

This claims guide was created by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), which administers the National Flood Insurance Program, to provide policyholders tips about what to do before and after a flood, including filing a claim, and the steps involved in appealing a denied claim.

FY2019 Financial Assistance Subsidy Arrangement

FY2019 Financial Assistance Subsidy Arrangement

F-073: The Choice is Yours

The Write Your Own (WYO) Program began in 1983 and is a cooperative undertaking of the insurance industry and FEMA. The WYO Program allows participating property and casualty insurance companies to write and service the Standard Flood Insurance Policy in their own names. The companies receive an expense allowance for policies written and claims processed while the Federal Government retains responsibility for underwriting losses. The WYO Program operates as part of the National Flood Insurance Program, and is subject to its rules and regulations. This document gives Information on Companies using the WYO Program.

Flood Insurance: Make it your business

A one-page overview for insurance agents that underscores the importance of selling flood insurance to protect their clients and grow their business.

Affordability Framework on the National Flood Insurance Program

Through Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012 and the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act of 2014, Congress directed the FEMA to examine options to aid individuals so they could afford risk-based premiums under the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), and to develop a framework to help policymakers consider how to provide targeted assistance to policyholders and potential policyholders.

The Affordability Framework provides data-driven analysis of the cost burden borne by flood insurance policyholders and potential policyholders, identifies the populations most burdened by the cost of flood insurance, and provides options for policymakers to consider to help close the flood insurance gap across the nation by reducing the cost burden of flood insurance.

FY2017 Mortgage Portfolio Protection Program Guidelines and Requirements

The purpose of this document is to enable the company to assist the mortgage lending and servicing industries in bringing mortgage portfolios into compliance with the flood insurance requirements of the Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973.

Agent Map Update Factsheet: From High-Risk to Higher-Risk

When new flood maps show a property’s flood risk is increasing from high-risk to higher-risk, agents should work with clients – both homeowners and renters – before flood maps go into effect to ensure they purchase or renew their flood insurance.

NFIP Desk Reference Guide for State Insurance Commissioners and Others

The National Flood Insurance Program Desk Reference is in three distinct parts: Before the Flood, During the Flood, and After the Flood. Each part will provide valuable resources on what you need to know, what you need to share with policyholders and property owners, and who to contact. We organized this guide to provide you the information you need to know when you need to know it most. FEMA publishes it electronically to ensure easy updates as the program evolves.

Salvaging Water-Damaged Family Valuables and Heirlooms

The losses that are the result of disasters are usually measured in dollars, but often the losses that matter the most are the cherished items and heirlooms that are closest to the hearts of individuals and families. Al-though these treasured items may be damaged in floods, hurricanes, or tornadoes, it is often possible to salvage them. With a little patience, prompt action, and professional tips, saving treasured photographs, letters, and other irreplaceable objects is possible, although it may involve a follow-up consultation with a conservator.

Flood Survivors With Insurance Coverage Can Apply for Assistance

Individuals who have flood insurance through the National Flood Insurance Program and live in areas designated as having a Presidential Disaster Declaration are encouraged to apply for FEMA assistance, in addition to filing their flood claim. For individuals who are found to be eligible, FEMA disaster assistance may help with uncovered expenses, like additional living expenses (e.g., temporary housing).

National Flood Insurance Program Summary of Coverage

This document was prepared by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) to help you understand your flood insurance policy. It provides general information about deductibles, what is and is not covered by flood insurance, and how items are valued at time of loss.

National Flood Insurance Program: Worst Guest List

This NFIP publication lists the names that will be given to Atlantic Hurricanes. NFIP and Floodsmart contact information is also given.

NFIP: Questions & Answers About Flood Insurance for Real Estate

Designed for real estate professionals, this brochure provides answers to the following questions: Why should I alert my clients about the importance of purchasing flood insurance? Who can purchase flood insurance? How do clients obtain a flood insurance policy? How much will it cost? When is the best time to buy? SFHA is a special flood hazard area?

Volviendo a Casa Después de una Inundación (Spanish)

Graphic describing steps to take when returning to your home after experiencing a flood.

Audiences: Policyholders, Agents, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Graphic: Coming Home After a Flood

Graphic describing steps to take when returning to your home after experiencing a flood.

Audiences: Policyholders, Agents, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Flood Loss Avoidance Information For NFIP - For Policyholders (Spanish)

This document explains some loss avoidance steps National Flood Insurance Program flood insurance policyholders can take to protect their property before flooding occurs. For example, up to $1,000 may be paid for reasonable expenses to move insured property in order to protect it from flood, or the imminent danger of flood. (Spanish)

Flood Loss Avoidance Information For NFIP - For Policyholders

This document explains some loss avoidance steps National Flood Insurance Program flood insurance policyholders can take to protect their property before flooding occurs. For example, up to $1,000 may be paid for reasonable expenses to move insured property in order to protect it from flood, or the imminent danger of flood.

Map Changes and Flood Insurance: What Property Owners Need to Know

Explains what flood maps are, why they change, how flood maps show flood risks, and how flood maps are used by community officials, mortgage lenders, insurance professionals, developers, and home and business owners. The material also includes information on how the risk shown on a flood map is reflected in insurance premiums, what if a new flood map shows your risk has changed, and how to reduce your rates.

Como Empezar un Reclamo de Seguro contra Inundación (How to File a Flood Insurance Claim)

This infographic describes the enhanced flood claims process being used by the National Flood Insurance Program and guides policyholders through the claims process.

Flood Loss Avoidance Guidance For Flood Insurance - For Agents

This document explains some loss avoidance steps National Flood Insurance Program flood insurance policyholders can take to protect their property before flooding occurs. For example, up to $1,000 may be paid for reasonable expenses to move insured property in order to protect it from flood, or the imminent danger of flood.

NFIP Desk Reference Guide for State Insurance Commissioners and Others

The National Flood Insurance Program Desk Reference is in three distinct parts: Before the Flood, During the Flood, and After the Flood. Each part will provide valuable resources on what you need to know, what you need to share with policyholders and property owners, and who to contact. We organized this guide to provide you the information you need to know when you need to know it most. FEMA publishes it electronically to ensure easy updates as the program evolves.

Por Que Necesito un Seguro Contra Inundacion (Why Do I Need Flood Insurance?)

Who needs flood insurance? Everyone. Flooding is the most common and costly natural disaster in the US—and affects properties in and out of high-risk flood zones. Everyone in a participating community of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) can buy flood insurance. To clear up common misconceptions about flooding and flood insurance, the NFIP has prepared the following brochure that includes important facts about flooding and the coverage options available to you.

Reconstruya de manera más segura y resistente, F-777S (Build Back Safer and Stronger)

If your home or business was damaged or destroyed by Sandy, you face major decisions about your property. The brochure below contains considerations for the decisions you can make now to help provide a safer, stronger future for you and your family.

FEMA P-758, Substantial Improvement/Substantial Damage Desk Reference (2010)

To participate in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), communities must adopt and enforce regulations and codes that apply to new development in Special Flood Hazard Areas (SFHAs). Local floodplain management regulations and codes contain minimum NFIP requirements that apply not only to new structures, but also to existing structures which are “substantially improved (SI)” or “substantially damaged (SD).” This Desk Reference provides practical guidance and suggested procedures to implement the NFIP requirements for SI/SD.

Comenzando su Recuperación (Starting Your Recovery)

This fact sheet outlines what you need to know as you go through FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program’s (NFIP) claims process.

Starting Your Recovery: FEMA's Flood Insurance Claims Process

This fact sheet outlines what you need to know as you go through FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program’s (NFIP) claims process.

Infographic: Who's Knocking At Your Door?

Infographic for NFIP policyholders and disaster survivors on what to expect from the different “visitors” during the disaster process. No matter who’s knocking, always ask for identification and the purpose of their visit.

Audiences: Policyholders, Agents, Industry/WYO

Infographic: Who's Knocking At Your Door? (Spanish)

Infographic for NFIP policyholders and disaster survivors on what to expect from the different “visitors” during the disaster process. No matter who’s knocking, always ask for identification and the purpose of their visit.

Audiences: Policyholders, Agents, Industry/WYO

Flood Survivors With Insurance Coverage Can Apply for Assistance

Individuals who have flood insurance through the National Flood Insurance Program and live in areas designated as having a Presidential Disaster Declaration are encouraged to apply for FEMA assistance, in addition to filing their flood claim. For individuals who are found to be eligible, FEMA disaster assistance may help with uncovered expenses, like additional living expenses (e.g., temporary housing).

Audiences: Policyholders, Agents, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Flood Survivors With Insurance Coverage Can Apply for Assistance (Spanish)

Individuals who have flood insurance through the National Flood Insurance Program and live in areas designated as having a Presidential Disaster Declaration are encouraged to apply for FEMA assistance, in addition to filing their flood claim. For individuals who are found to be eligible, FEMA disaster assistance may help with uncovered expenses, like additional living expenses (e.g., temporary housing).

Audiences: Policyholders, Agents, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Disaster Survivors With NFIP Insurance Are Encouraged To Apply For Disaster Assistance

Individuals who have flood insurance through the National Flood Insurance Program and live in areas designated as having a Presidential Disaster Declaration are encouraged to apply for FEMA assistance, in addition to filing their flood claim. For individuals who are found to be eligible, FEMA disaster assistance may help with uncovered expenses, like additional living expenses (e.g., temporary housing).

Audiences: Policyholders, Agents, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Disaster Survivors With NFIP Insurance Are Encouraged To Apply For Disaster Assistance (Spanish)

Individuals who have flood insurance through the National Flood Insurance Program and live in areas designated as having a Presidential Disaster Declaration are encouraged to apply for FEMA assistance, in addition to filing their flood claim. For individuals who are found to be eligible, FEMA disaster assistance may help with uncovered expenses, like additional living expenses (e.g., temporary housing).

Audiences: Policyholders, Agents, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Protect the life you’ve built: Flyer (8.5x11”)

"Nat Geo" campaign flyer

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Realtors, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Map change notification letter: Moving into the high-risk flood area

Letter to help insurance agents notify their clients of changing flood risk. The notification letter is intended for clients who are moving into the high-risk flood area and are eligible for the Newly Mapped Procedure.

Audiences: Agents, Industry/WYO

Map change notification letter: Moving into the moderate-to low-risk flood area

Letter to help insurance agents notify their clients of changing flood risk. The notification letter is intended for clients who are moving out of the high-risk flood area and are eligible for a Preferred Risk Policy conversion.

Audiences: Agents, Industry/WYO

Email Template for Customers to Renew Their Flood Insurance

Marketing resources to help agents communicate to new clients about flood risk and the importance of flood insurance.

Audiences: Agents, Industry/WYO

Just 1 inch of water can cause $25,000 of damage to your home - Flyer

"Nat Geo" campaign flyer

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Realtors, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Email Template for Existing Customers to Purchase Flood Insurance

Marketing resources to help agents communicate to new clients about flood risk and the importance of flood insurance.

Audiences: Agents, Industry/WYO

Snow Melt Flyer

Marketing materials to alert customers to the risk of flooding caused by snow melts.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Realtors, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Puerto Rico Outreach Flyer (Spanish)

Marketing resources for agents to sell lower-cost, contents-only flood insurance policies to clients in Puerto Rico.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Industry/WYO

Snow Melt Poster

Marketing materials to alert customers to the risk of flooding caused by snow melts.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Realtors, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Puerto Rico Outreach Postcard (Spanish)

Marketing resources for agents to sell lower-cost, contents-only flood insurance policies to clients in Puerto Rico.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Industry/WYO

Puerto Rico Outreach Brochure (Spanish)

Marketing resources for agents to sell lower-cost, contents-only flood insurance policies to clients in Puerto Rico.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Industry/WYO

Puerto Rico Outreach Flyer

Marketing resources for agents to sell lower-cost, contents-only flood insurance policies to clients in Puerto Rico.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Industry/WYO

Email Template for New Customers to Purchase Flood Insurance

Marketing resources to help agents communicate to new clients about flood risk and the importance of flood insurance.

Audiences: Agents, Industry/WYO

Puerto Rico Outreach Brochure

Marketing resources for agents to sell lower-cost, contents-only flood insurance policies to clients in Puerto Rico.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Industry/WYO

Spring Wave Poster

Marketing materials to alert customers to the risk of flooding during the spring season.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Realtors, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Spring Wave Flyer

Marketing materials to alert customers to the risk of flooding during the spring season.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Realtors, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Puerto Rico Outreach Postcard

Marketing resources for agents to sell lower-cost, contents-only flood insurance policies to clients in Puerto Rico.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Industry/WYO

Hurricane Season Storm Flyer: From Heavy Rains to Hurricanes, You'll Be Covered (8.5" x 11")

If this year's hurricane season is like the last, many Americans could soon find themselves in the path of a potentially devastating storm. Community officials are encouraged use the resources on this page to encourage local residents to purchase flood insurance today. Materials can be used throughout hurricane season (June-November) being mindful of sensitivities in an area when a hurricane is imminent or a community is recovering from a recent storm.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Realtors, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Hurricane Season Storm Flyer: From Heavy Rains to Hurricanes, You'll Be Covered (8.5" x 11") (Spanish)

If this year's hurricane season is like the last, many Americans could soon find themselves in the path of a potentially devastating storm. Community officials are encouraged use the resources on this page to encourage local residents to purchase flood insurance today. Materials can be used throughout hurricane season (June-November) being mindful of sensitivities in an area when a hurricane is imminent or a community is recovering from a recent storm.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Realtors, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Hurricane Season Email Template (for existing clients)

Hurricane Season is officially here. Help your clients to protect the lives they've built by encouraging them to purchase flood insurance before peak hurricane season arrives. Materials can be used throughout hurricane season (June-November) being mindful of sensitivities in an area when a hurricane is imminent or a community is recovering from a recent storm.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Realtors, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Hurricane Season Email Template (for existing clients) (Spanish)

Hurricane Season is officially here. Help your clients to protect the lives they've built by encouraging them to purchase flood insurance before peak hurricane season arrives. Materials can be used throughout hurricane season (June-November) being mindful of sensitivities in an area when a hurricane is imminent or a community is recovering from a recent storm.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Realtors, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

FEMA P-312, Homeowner's Guide to Retrofitting 3rd Edition (2014)

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has prepared this guide specifically for homeowners who want to know how to protect their homes from flooding. As a homeowner, you need clear information about the options available to you and straightforward guidance that will help you make decisions. This guide gives you both, in a form designed for readers who have little or no experience with flood protection methods or building construction techniques.

Audiences: Consumers, Policyholders, Agents, Realtors, Lenders, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Hurricane Season Email Template (for new clients)

Hurricane Season is officially here. Help your clients to protect the lives they've built by encouraging them to purchase flood insurance before peak hurricane season arrives. Materials can be used throughout hurricane season (June-November) being mindful of sensitivities in an area when a hurricane is imminent or a community is recovering from a recent storm.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Realtors, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Hurricane Season Email Template (for new clients) (Spanish)

Hurricane Season is officially here. Help your clients to protect the lives they've built by encouraging them to purchase flood insurance before peak hurricane season arrives. Materials can be used throughout hurricane season (June-November) being mindful of sensitivities in an area when a hurricane is imminent or a community is recovering from a recent storm.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Realtors, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Hurricane Season Brochure (Printable)

Hurricane Season is officially here. Help your clients to protect the lives they've built by encouraging them to purchase flood insurance before peak hurricane season arrives. Materials can be used throughout hurricane season (June-November) being mindful of sensitivities in an area when a hurricane is imminent or a community is recovering from a recent storm.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Realtors, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Hurricane Season Brochure (Printable) (Spanish)

Hurricane Season is officially here. Help your clients to protect the lives they've built by encouraging them to purchase flood insurance before peak hurricane season arrives. Materials can be used throughout hurricane season (June-November) being mindful of sensitivities in an area when a hurricane is imminent or a community is recovering from a recent storm.

Audiences: Consumers, Agents, Realtors, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

National Flood Insurance Program Fact Sheet

National Flood Insurance Program Task Force

Audiences: Consumers, Policyholders, Agents, Realtors, Lenders, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

How to File a Flood Insurance Claim

This infographic describes the enhanced flood claims process being used by the National Flood Insurance Program and guides policyholders through the claims process.

Audiences: Policyholders, Agents, Industry/WYO


How to File a Flood Insurance Claim (Spanish)

This infographic describes the enhanced flood claims process being used by the National Flood Insurance Program and guides policyholders through the claims process.

Audiences: Policyholders, Agents, Industry/WYO

Increased Cost of Compliance Brochure (Spanish)

Increased Cost of Compliance (ICC) coverage is one of several resources for flood insurance policyholders that need additional help rebuilding after a flood. It will provide up to $30,000 to help cover the cost of mitigation measures that will reduce flood risk. ICC benefits can also help pay for improvements required for repetitive loss properties.

Audiences: Policyholders, Agents, Industry/WYO, Government Officials

Preferred Risk Policy for Homeowners and Renters (Spanish)

La Póliza de Riesgo Preferencial (PRP, por sus siglas en inglés) del Programa Nacional de Seguro contra Inundaciones (NFIP, por sus siglas en inglés) ofrece protección a bajo costo para casas y apartamentos en zonas de riesgo moderado a bajo. Estas se encuentran fueran de las zonas inundables conocidas y se muestran con las letras B, C o X en los Mapas de Riesgo de Inundación (FIRM, por sus siglas en inglés).

Audiences: Consumers, Policyholders, Agents, Realtors, Lenders

Preferred Risk Policy for Businesses (Spanish)

La Póliza de Riesgo Preferencial (PRP, por sus siglas en inglés) del Programa Nacional de Seguro contra Inundaciones (NFIP, por sus siglas en inglés) ofrece protección a bajo costo para propiedades no residenciales en zonas de riesgo moderado a bajo. Estas se encuentran fueran de las zonas inundables conocidas y se muestran con las letras B, C o X en los Mapas de Riesgo de Inundación (FIRM, por sus siglas en inglés).

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Last updated Aug 7, 2020

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