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Key Fundamentals of Flood Insurance Seminar Presented by NFIP

Earn 3 hours of CE Credit for Texas Insurance Agents Only August 14, 2018 Fort Worth, TX Marriott Champions Circle 3300 Championship Parkway Fort Worth, TX 76177 REGISTER August 15, 2018 Houston, TX Courtyard Marriott West Energy Corridor 2401 Katy Freeway Houston, … Continue reading

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How to Speak Flood to Your Clients

Last year’s hurricane season was one of the most devastating and costly on record, and it can happen again. Forecasters predict that 2018 will be a near-to-above-average hurricane season. Below are some messages and resources you can use to communicate … Continue reading

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If Last Year’s Hurricane Season Could Predict the Future

As this hurricane season approaches, we’re focused on helping agents across the country address these three questions: What should you expect this season in terms of the storm climate? What can you tell policyholders and prospects about last year’s hurricane … Continue reading

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Tropical Weather System Floods South Texas

Last week the entire Texas coastline has been drenched with heavy rains resulting in flooding in many areas with several Texas cities reporting rainfall totals in excess of 12 inches. According to a release issued by the Insurance Council of … Continue reading

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Time to Remind Clients About Flood Insurance

Last year, insurance agents and property owners impacted by Hurricane Harvey learned about floods and flood insurance the hard way. Will it be your community’s turn this year? It’s a good time to remind your customers about flood insurance. View … Continue reading

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Fundamentals of Flood CE Classes Coming in May

Starting in May, IIAT will be offering a three-hour Fundamentals of Flood CE class. Last year’s record rainfall and subsequent devastating flooding is an urgent reminder that it’s always a good time to talk to your clients about flood insurance. … Continue reading

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Could Private Flood be a Smart Alternative to NFIP?

The NFIP was extended last week as part of broader government funding legislation.  The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives were able to pass a continuing resolution to fund the government through March 23. The funding measure includes a temporary … Continue reading

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IRMI Offers Free Property & Flood Resources for Texas Agents

To support Texas agents, IRMI is making some of its publications and flood resources available at no charge through September 30, 2017. These include IRMI’s Personal Risk Management & Insurance and Commercial Property Insurance publications. Use these instructions to access the … Continue reading

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100-Year Floods Not So Unlikely

Last year’s floods in Houston prove that 100-year floods don’t necessarily come only once every 100 years. In fact, as a recent article in Texas Monthly reveals, it is possible to have more than one 100-year flood in the same … Continue reading

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National Flood Insurance Program Changes Video Series – Online Now

The National Flood Insurance Program continues to undergo change. Some of the change is aimed at providing a better customer experience for policyholders while other changes continue the implementation of the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act and the Homeowner Flood … Continue reading

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