When Flood Insurance Doesn't Cover Water Damage

If your home suffers water damage in an event like a hurricane, how the water got there may seem uni...

Share With Clients: GFIPs from Hurricane Harvey Set to Expire

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) offers Group Flood Insurance Policies (GFIPs) to peop...

Talk With Your Clients About Flood Insurance

These questions and answers were provided to Texas REALTORS® by the Federal Emergency Management Ag...

Demystifying the Risks of Flooding

A representative from the Federal Emergency Management Agency delivered a webinar to Texas REALTORS®...

One-Month Reauthorization for NFIP

On Nov. 21, 2019, the president signed legislation passed by Congress that extends the National Floo...

Share With Clients: How to File a Flood Insurance Claim

The Federal Emergency Management Agency published a PDF that outlines the steps of the claims proces...

Homeowners Insurance Likely Won't Help You After a Flood

Just an inch of water inside an average-sized home can cause $25,000 worth of damage, according to F...

FEMA Resources For Your Clients

To help you better serve your clients, FEMA has put together a brochure with common questions and an...

Flood Insurance is at Risk—Take Action Now

The National Association of REALTORS® has issued an important call for action to REALTORS®. The g...

Learn about flood insurance, the claims process, and post-disaster issues at free workshops across Texas

Expand your knowledge of flood-related topics by attending one of the free workshops the Federal Em...

Your clients’ flood insurance coverage is at risk—take action NOW

The National Flood Insurance Program helps thousands of Texans in all regions of the state protect t...