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No. Several insurance companies offer flood insurance apart from the National Flood Insurance Program.

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If you live in a place that tends to have floods obtaining flood insurance is a good idea. Most major insurance companies offer this coverage, Allstate.com participates in the National Flood Insurance Company which is designed to help people avoid what happened to your friend's trailer.


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When homeowners and business owners purchase an insurance policy they often overlook the need for flood insurance. Many people assume that this type of coverage is automatically handled in their policy. This is not the case. Unless it is specifically pointed out to you when you purchase your policy that flood damage is included, you are not covered. High risk states, such as hurricane prone areas especially, should be aware of this policy exclusion. Assuming you are protected for flood damage could cost you everything you own in the event of a flood. Flood insurance can be purchased directly through the government and a flood policy is relatively cheap. These flood damage policies are issued through the National Flood Insurance Program. This program, run by FEMA, is available to hoe and business owners throughout the country. Flooding can happen at any time and in any place. Because most flood damage is caused by storms, you can never predict when these events may occur. A flood insurance policy should always be held by anyone that needs to protect property. Business owners should always consider a flood policy even if they do not own the building. If your building becomes flooded the buildings insurance policy is not going to cover damage to your suite’s contents. Your personal insurance on your business will also deny you coverage because the damage was caused by flood waters. You should always carry a flood insurance policy, regardless if you rent or own. Flood insurance also protects you from non-storm related flooding. If a water main breaks and floods your structure the damage will be covered in a flood policy. Most regular policies only cover water damage from a pipe break if the break was located within the actual structure. Breaks outside will not be covered. The National Flood Insurance Program can be accessed through the FEMA site or a local insurance carrier. The process to get the insurance policy is simple and, as stated before, very nominal in price. The protection it offers you is well worth the associated costs.


Everyone needs to protect their homes from flood damage. Flooding can occur at any given time, without warning. Recent events in the Northeast should be a painful reminder of how quick flooding can happen and the damage that it brings.Homeowners and renters alike need to be aware that most insurance plans do not cover flood damage. Damage caused to your structure and personal property by flood waters is only covered if you carry a separate flood policy.Flood insurance can be purchased through the National Flood Insurance Program. This program, run by FEMA, offers low cost flood protection policies to everyone that applies. These policies can make the difference between the loss of everything and being completely covered in the event of a flood.Floods do not always happen as a result of bad storms. If a water main breaks outside of your residence and the water fills your home the insurance company will consider the damage as flood damage. Without flood protection you will suffer the losses caused by this flooding. You are always better off having the extra protection.To make sure you are covered for outside flood damage review your homeowner’s policy in its entirety. Do not be mistaken that you are covered for flood damage if you see references to water damage in the policy. Homeowners insurance will cover water damage by events that take place in the home – not outside the home.If you do not have coverage for flood damage you should contact the nearest NFIP provider. You can do this through the FEMA website or a quick internet search. Once you have found a provider invest in the plan. It is worth the cost.Renters should also consider having flood protection. If your residence is damaged because of flood waters your contents are not covered. The owner of the building, even if they have flood insurance, is not responsible for your personal belongings. You must have your own policy to receive any help in restoring your life after a flood.


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You have a home that is filled with furniture, clothes and other belongings. You worked many long years to build up equity in your home. Your home is the biggest investment you will make in your life. How do you protect that investment? If there is a fire and everything you own is lost, what can you do? In order to avoid winding up with nothing, you need to buy homeowners insurance as soon as you buy your home.If you are buying a new home, and you are getting a mortgage, then you have no choice but to buy homeowners insurance. The mortgage company or bank will make you buy homeowners insurance as part of the agreement to lend you money. They don’t want to lend money on a home that could possibly burn down. If your house burns and you have no insurance, then you and the bank would both be on the losing end. The bank can’t stay in business losing money.If you are paying cash for a home, you should still buy homeowners insurance. Once you know you are going to close on your home, get in touch with an insurance agent. If the company you deal with for car insurance also sells homeowners insurance, that is a good place to start. Have them give you an estimate for what the policy will cost. Get at lest two more estimates from other insurance companies.An insurance agent will ride by and look at your home from the outside, and most likely take a few photos of the house. You will have to provide them information on your personal goods and from there a quote will be worked out. Once he gets all the necessary information the agent will come up with the annual cost. There are variables that also come into play, such as how far your house is from the fire department or if there is a fire hydrant close to your home.Any type of insurance is a necessity, but homeowners insurance is the best insurance investment you can make. Buy homeowners insurance and protect your property and you investment. Don’t get caught uninsured


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