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Many people believe that the only time flood insurance is necessary is if you live near a river or lake. However, homeowners insurance will not cover flooding. This can be a little complicated. Most policies will cover water that enters your house if it falls under the provision of "storm driven" flooding. READ MORE >>

Nearly half of all American households aren't aware that a standard homeowners insurance policy will not cover flood-related damages. For protection from floodwaters, you must purchase additional coverage. But do you really need extra flood insurance? READ MORE >>

Flood insurance is often overlooked, and some may not know that homeowners and renters insurance will not cover flood damages in the event of a disaster. If you are moving to a new home, in a new city or state, you'll need to be sure you have the right amount of flood insurance. READ MORE >>

Floods can cause mass amounts of damage in a small amount of time. It’s hard to see your home in such a state of disrepair, but acting fast can be the difference between minor damage and detrimental losses. As soon as you can safely return to your property, use these cleanup tips to get started right away. READ MORE >>

WASHINGTON — Republican and Democratic members of the House of Representatives and the Senate unveiled a bill Tuesday, the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, that would delay the flood insurance rate increases that are starting to go into effect under a law passed last year. READ MORE >>

If a flood is predicted to occur in the near future, there are some precautions you can take to protect your valuables and ensure an easier cleanup process before evacuating.Safeguard your possessionsIf you haven’t already, create a complete home inventory documenting your possessions and their values for insurance purposes. READ MORE >>

Florida didn't create the crisis that will force thousands of Floridians to pay astronomical amounts for flood insurance starting today. Instead, blame a few devastating storms — Katrina, Rita and Sandy — that largely spared Florida but slammed into Louisiana and the Northeast. READ MORE >>

If your home or business is located in a flood plain, you probably have flood insurance backed by the National Flood Insurance Program. These policies offer important coverage during a flood, but you may not know that they have a coverage limit of $250,000 for homes and $500,000 for businesses. READ MORE >>

Making sure your home has coverage can be a hassle if you happen to live in the sunshine state. While insurance carriers are often skittish about taking on new customers and increasing their exposure, lenders will require some form of coverage on your property if they are going to take on an interest in your land. READ MORE >>

Last year’s hurricane season drove home some big lessons, according to the nation’s chief hurricane forecaster: Storm surge and flooding are dangerous and difficult to predict, and sometimes it’s even harder to communicate that sense of urgency to the public. READ MORE >>

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