National Flood Insurance Program Archive

Skipping Flood Protection a “Really Big Mistake,” Say Experts

Floods have claimed more lives and property than any other natural disaster overt the past century, and it isn’t just happening along the coast. Major flooding has occurred in every state as a result of hurricanes, rising waters, severe...

Story Idea: Get Ready, Get Insured for National Hurricane Prep Week

Predictions are beginning to roll in for this year’s hurricane season, with some experts saying we’re in for an “approximately average” hurricane season. And while “approximately average” may sound like cause for celebration, even the “slightly below average” 2015...

House-Passed Legislation Promises Flood-Insurance Flexibility for Consumers

The House of Representatives voted today to advance legislation that will foster a private flood-insurance market, and the National Association of Realtors® is standing firmly behind the effort. “Consumers who wish to purchase insurance in the private market should...

Conversation on National Flood Insurance Program Heats Up

The National Flood Insurance Program is set to expire in September 2017, and according to the National Association of Realtors®, the stakes are high for reauthorization. The program lapsed twice between 2008 and 2012, and NAR estimates that as...
April 15, 2016