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Congress must now reauthorize the NFIP by no later than 11:59 pm on May 31, 2019.
On Dec 7, 2018, the President signed legislation passed by Congress that extends the National Flood Insurance Program’s (NFIP’s) authorization to Dec. 21, 2018.
Nov 28 – FLood compliance amid changing environmental, regulatory and financial conditions.
WTG will exhibiting at booth #916, and sponsoring the Boot/Shoe Shine Kiosk.
Look Sharp and Be Sharp with WTG at ICBA LIVE on March 18 & 19!
Visit Mark Liston and Tara Faquir on March 3&4 at the Ritz Carlton in Fort Lauderdale.
January 18th at Mohegun Sun. Visit our kiosk to Look Sharp & Be Sharp!
The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is set to expire this Friday, May 31st, and Congress has once again failed to reauthorize the program. The Senate passed a two-week extension, retroactive to May 31, before adjourning last week for a one-week recess. Most...
Many people hear the term “100-year flood” and are confused about what this actually means and how it affects their property as well as their flood insurance coverage.
The 100-year flood is synonymous with several other terms that you may have heard, including “Base Flood”, “1% annual Chance Flood”, “High Risk Flood Zone” and “Special Flood Hazard Area” (SFHA). The 100 year-flood zone is any zone containing the letters “A” or “V”.
The 500-year flood zone is used to designate base floodplains of lesser hazards, such as areas protected by levees from 100 year flood, or shallow flooding areas with average depths of less than one foot or drainage areas less than 1 square mile.
Learn about the 500-year flood zone.
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Why WTG?Banks are being fined, realtors are being sued, and homeowners are paying unnecessary flood insurance premiums due to innacuracy.
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