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Clear Communication Letters (6)

Clear Communication Letters
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December 21, 2016
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  • LETTER A (Buildings Newly Mapped Into A High Risk Flood Area)

    FEMA is sending this letter to National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) policyholders whose buildings have been newly mapped into a high-risk flood area. The letter communicates each policyholder’s known flood risk and how it relates to the premium they are being charged. Get more information about flood risk and policy options at www.fema.gov/cost-of-flood.

  • LETTER B - Buildings Standard Rated and Located Outside of the High-Risk Flood Area

    FEMA is sending this letter to National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) policyholders whose buildings are being standard rated and are outside of the high-risk flood area. The letter communicates each policyholder’s known flood risk and how it relates to the premium they are being charged. Get more information about flood risk and policy options at www.fema.gov/cost-of-flood.

  • LETTER C - Buildings Grandfather Rated, And In A High-Risk Flood Area

    FEMA is sending this letter to valued National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) policyholders with grandfather rated insured buildings inside a high-risk flood area.  The letter communicates each a policyholder’s known flood risk and relates to the premium they are being charged. Get more information about flood risk and policy options at www.fema.gov/cost-of-flood.

  • LETTER D - Primary Residential Pre-FIRM Buildings in a High-Risk Flood Area, Paying a Discounted Rate

    FEMA is sending this letter to NFIP policyholders who have a primary residence that was constructed before the community adopted its first flood map. These policyholders are paying a discounted rate for a building located in a high-risk flood area (Special Flood Hazard Area). The letter communicates each policyholder's known flood risk and how it relates to the premium they are being charged. Get more information about flood risk and policy options at www.fema.gov/cost-of-flood.

  • LETTER E - Non-Primary Pre-FIRM Buildings in a High-Risk Flood Area, and Paying a Discounted Rate

    FEMA is sending this letter to NFIP policyholders who have non-primary residential and non-residential buildings that were constructed before the community adopted its flood map. These policyholders are paying a discounted rate for a building located located within a high-risk flood area (Special Flood Hazard Area). The letter communicates each policyholder's known flood risk and how it relates to the premium they are being charged. Get more information about flood risk and policy options at www.fema.gov/cost-of-flood.

  • LETTER F--Buildings Mapped Outside Of A High-Risk Flood Area, And Insured With A Preferred Risk Policy (PRP)

    FEMA is sending this letter to valued National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) policyholders with Preferred Risk Policies. Preferred Risk Policies are for buildings with an acceptable flood loss history that are located in areas at moderate to low risk for floods. The letter communicates each a policyholder’s known flood risk as it relates to the amount they pay for their flood insurance policy. Get more information about flood risk and policy options at www.fema.gov/cost-of-flood.