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For most agents, writing a Homeowners' policy is as easy as riding a bike. They’ve done it hundreds, if not thousands of times, they understand the coverage, they have no trouble presenting it to their clients and they could complete the application in their sleep. READ MORE >>

Flooding can leave you with a big mess to clean, and the key to the cleanup process is acting quickly. Starting the cleanup immediately may mean the difference between losing a few items and losing a lot more of your belongings. Here are a few tips to get you started. READ MORE >>

Flood Insurance Rates Are Established by the Government Flood insurance rates are cut in stone by the Federal Government. You have no need to shop rates. Agents Are Not Permitted to Bind Flood Coverage Flood Insurance agents do not have binding authority. READ MORE >>

MYTH: “My standard home owners’ insurance will cover me if my house is damaged or destroyed in a flood.” FACT: Home owners’ insurance does not cover flood damage. Federal flood insurance, purchased through your insurance agent or company, is the only guaranteed flood insurance coverage available for your home. READ MORE >>

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