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hello my name is Diana Herrera and I am.the regional insurance specialist in.FEMA region 8 in Denver Colorado we're.here today to talk about flood insurance.101 we're going to talk about some basic.concepts terms that are being used in.the National Flood Insurance Program I.recently came back from a deployment.handling the the devastating floods that.they had in Louisiana at the same time.we were having hurricane Matthew along.the East Coast property owners were.still in recovery phase many of them had.no flood insurance so what we're going.to talk about today is how you as the.insurance agent or any other stakeholder.that we have might be able to address.some of the issues or might be able to.provide general information to your.clients to your fellow coworkers to your.to anybody else about the National Flood.Insurance Program and this is a very.basic course and it's not going to cover.everything we have a flood insurance.manual we have guidance that is.available on FEMA's website at FEMA gov.where you can go for more information.these are just basic concepts in terms.so as an insurance agent have you ever.said or has your client said they don't.need flood insurance they don't want.flood insurance or have you told your.client it's not covered you're not in a.flood area you're not in a flood zone.it's not available when in fact it is or.do you have you ever told your client.it's never going to flood I wish I had a.dollar every time somebody said I live.on a hill and it's never going to flood.in 2013 our Colorado floods out here.we're devastating for people who live on.a hill so how are you going to fill when.you when it happens to your client or.even when it happens to you in our.Louisiana flooding we had.many insurance offices who suffered.damage one two three ten feet of water.in their offices and they were not.prepared for it but what you need to do.as an insurance agent to protect your.client is what we're going to talk about.today.so your job as an insurance agent is to.identify what risks your clients are.exposed to whether it's fire flood.earthquake tornado your job is to look.at those risks and to provide insurance.in order to cover that risks because.you're counseling to them to not have.insurance when those risks happen it.becomes a very emotional physical and.financial liability to your client so.they need to cover their risk and a lot.of them feel like it's not going to.happen to them but you just never know.so if they say they don't need it they.don't want it they only want what the.mortgage company requires them to have.you need to counsel them of what their.risk is and then have them sign a.disclaimer to be sure that you protect.yourself and your errors and omissions.so the New York Times did a recent.article in December by Ron Lieber that.addressed some of the comments that he.had talked to his some people who had.been damaged by her I should say.superstorm sandy because it was really a.different kind of storm a lot of.property owners thought they weren't at.risk didn't have coverage and only had.federal disaster assistance to help them.recover and in many cases that federal.disaster assistance is is not enough for.them to bring their home back to the way.it was before bring their business back.to the way it was before so there they.had a big financial loss in order for.them to to try and recover and in a lot.of cases people just don't come back.they just leave they've had enough.one of the things that you can counsel.your client on is to have a team and.there are several members of that team.that they might want to contact first.person that they seem to do want to talk.to is the real estate professional.particularly if they're buying a new.home or buying a business they need to.know what their risks are what are they.looking at.so the real estate is their first line.of defense when it comes to what risk.exposures they have that real estate.agent should be able to advise them as.to what is their flood zone are they in.a high-risk a medium risk or a low risk.and what that means how's that has it.ever flooded states have disclosure laws.that says if they have that property's.been flooded they need to disclose that.the next person they want to talk to is.the community flood expert the.floodplain manager that floodplain.manager could be found in the permitting.office or could be found in the zoning.or planning or Community Development so.who ever issues permits in the for the.floodplain that's who they need to talk.to a person is going to be able to.provide information as to whether or not.they're ready map changes whether the.risks are changing so that they can take.appropriate steps particularly if.they're building new and that new.construction might want to be built to a.higher standard in order to meet what.the upcoming maps are going to show as.the risk being for flood in that.particular area early on the property.owner needs to contact their insurance.professional and that insurance.professional too needs to know what's.going on in the community with regards.to map changes they also need to know.about the National Flood Insurance.Program what are the rules what are the.requirements particularly if they are.requiring to require to get certain.documents in order to write a flood.insurance policy may will need and.ovation certificate to determine how.high the structure is and rating may be.may be better if the elevation of that.lowest floor is higher than what the.requirement is the higher you go the.lower the premium for every foot it.changes at about fifty percent of the.premium so it's good to look into that.an elevation certificate may help them.not going to hurt them but it's.something that you might want to look.into another document that they may need.to obtain is a flood proofing.certificate flood proofing has to do.with residential basements in certain.communities in the country that's been.approved for residential basement flood.proofing your agent to be able to.identify what communities those are in.order to determine whether or not.certain document is going to have to be.obtained in order to show that flood.proofing if it's a non-residential.structure then it's been dry flood proof.meaning it's watertight there's gonna.need to be a certificate that's signed.by an engineer that's going to need to.be provided in order to show that.documentation with when that agent.writes that application agent then is.going to have to do the application.collect the premium give you appropriate.documents that need to go to the.mortgage company to show that flood.insurance has been obtained for the.amount at least for what the mortgage.company requires but you know what you.really shouldn't work with that amount.you need to look at the value of the.structure because a lot of times you get.like we had in Louisiana like we had in.in the in the hurricane Matthew area you.can pick any flood in any state over the.last five years and you've got you may.have some pretty deep flooding in there.that could be five ten feet high that.it's going to damage more than what.you've got for the mortgage company so.look at the value of the structure and.don't forget to ensure your contents the.current agent needs to disclose to you.certain things about that property he.should be able to if he's had a flood he.should be able to advise you of that.information.but one of the things that FEMA does is.to on an annual basis is provide a.claims statement historically of what.has happened for that particular.property the Privacy Act does not allow.FEMA to disclose claims information to.somebody that does not own that property.so one of the ways that they can find.out is to s the current owner has it.flooded how deep was the flooding did.they have flood insurance.was it repaired was it repaired.correctly so that information is gonna.have to come directly from the current.owner but one of the things that that.they can do is talk to the neighbors.neighbors will be glad to tell them.what's gone on in that community whether.there's been any flooding whether.there's been any other type of risks.there that might affect decisions being.made as to whether or not that's really.a home that you want to or a risk that.you want to have and it's not that bad.to be in the in the high-risk areas you.just need to be sure that structures are.built correctly if they're newer.structures and that if they're older.structures to be able to keep though the.rating the the subsidized ratings that.we talked about that were that we talked.about for that particular property.so since this is the National Flood.Insurance Program let's define the term.flood because it might not be the same.flood that you're thinking so under the.NFIP a flood is surface water from any.source does not include seepage does not.include sewage backup unless there's a.general condition of flooding so a.general condition of flooding is water.dispersed over two acres or two.properties and it's not just the.neighbor's property it could be the.street so when we've got surface water.over two acres or two adjacent.properties that's called a flood in the.National Flood Insurance Program it also.includes mud flow now let mud flow again.might be a little what you're thinking.might not be what's covered so in a mud.flow it's got to be some liquidity of.flowing mud so I liken it to tip over a.milkshake milkshake kind of oozes up.it's got some out it's got some.consistency to it and just kind of moves.on down the line so that could also be a.flood under the National Flood Insurance.Program.so let's talk about some insurance terms.and concepts a couple of things we want.to talk about when it comes to value.actual cash value is the cost to replace.- applicable depreciation that.depreciation could be very subjective.you have you are single person or you're.a married person you have no children.you have no pets the wear and tear on.your contents are not going to be as.heavy as somebody who has lots of kids.lots of pets and they really where their.their contents down so when there's a.loss whether it's for flood whether it's.for fire or whatever they look at the.actual cash value of the property and.adjust it accordingly so we talk about.replacement cost it's the cost to.replace today not what it was when you.bought it.market value we use market value when.we're looking to determine whether or.not a structure has been substantially.damaged or has been is going to incur a.substantial improvement so when we're.looking at that we're looking at the.market value which is the cost of what.somebody will pay for something so when.you buy a house you're looking at the.market value of a structure and then we.compare that to the cost to the cost of.damage or the cost of the improvement.and if it is 50% or more certain.regulations require that that structure.be brought into compliance to current.floodplain management regulations need.to talk to your local official.floodplain manager to determine whether.or not the damage or the improvement is.going to hit that 50 percent or mark 50.percent mark or more we also look at.market value when we're looking at.increased cost of compliance.just a coverage under the policy when we.talk about increased cost of compliance.its monies to help reach that mitigation.activity risk we risk things every day.walking across the street is a risk in.the insurance industry we're looking at.perils flood fire explosion earthquake.tornado windstorm.hurry condemned which those are risks.and as an insurance agent you need to.assess those risks for that individual.property owner when we look at doing our.rates we try and spread that risk across.the country I know a lot of agents and a.lot of property owners think that.they're subsidizing people who live.along the coast or people who live wrong.along the river but the risk is the same.the risk for flooding or the probability.of flooding occurs the same whether.you're in north dakota california texas.or Florida the risk is there so we try.and spread that risk across the country.so that the cost is more evenly.distributed this is a single pair of.policy we insure the peril of flood it's.written through a licensed insurance.agent we rely on the state in which the.agent is located to make sure that that.agent is good in good standing and that.that insurance agent does knows what.he's doing is licensed to do what he's.supposed to do when it comes to flood.insurance though insurance agents.sometimes say I don't want to do it or.it's too hard but it you know the more.you do it the more proficient you become.at it you should be writing flood.insurance on every risk or at least.offering it on every risk that you write.because the risk for flooding occurs.everywhere.you cannot get insurance directly.through the National Flood Insurance.Program.or through FEMA it's written through one.of our write your own companies those.are companies who have an agreement with.FEMA to write policies on behalf of the.federal government and they're allowed.to write the risk collect collect the.percentage of that end-to-end to handle.the claims and the customer service when.something happens when an insurance.agent writes a policy he turns it over.to the to an it to an underwriter to.make sure that it's done correctly all.the proper documentation has been.received and that premium is accurate so.when we talk about premium there's two.things we look at we look at actuarial.rating or subsidized rating I'm going to.take the subsidized rating first so when.the program started back in 1968.Congress said well you know what we.really can't charge property owners who.did not know what the risk was who did.not know how they should build and built.where they wanted to build the way they.wanted to build so we the pre the.program subsidizes those properties and.those property owners only pay a certain.percentage of what was called the.actuarial rate of what it would actually.cost to handle a claim for that.particular risk.so our subsidized premiums typically are.those homes that were built before the.the risk was identified for the.community actuarial rating are those.that are built to a certain standard and.have to be have to have their lowest.floor at or above a certain elevation we.call that elevation the base flood.elevation and that's how deep the water.is going to get during that base flood.and that base flood determination is.different for every community.so when a claim happens the company will.send an adjuster who will look at the.damage make an assessment and turn that.assessment over to the company for.review and for payment we want to make.sure that that adjuster is providing the.the the best price or the best coverage.for the damage that that property owner.has incurred so we we take very.seriously the the premise that we want.to pay you for what damage has occurred.to your property.so where do you get flood insurance well.it's written through licensed agents in.the state in which the property is.located we want to be sure that the.agent writes property and casualty is in.good standing with the state licensing.department that must meet certain.mandatory training requirements not only.for the NFIP but for the state so who.does the who does the insurance agent.write the coverage through well we have.70 plus companies that an insurance.agent can contract with to write the.flood insurance through or he can write.the policy through our direct site.through our direct servicing agent which.is a contractor that we met out every.five years or so so if you if you need.flood insurance contact your insurance.agent contact flood smart gov type in.your zip code and see if we have an.agent that has been put on our list for.writing flood insurance who has taken.classes who has taken continuing.education who is up to date on what the.program is doing and is very familiar.with our rules and our regulations.

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Do elevation certificates expire?

They do not expire but may become obsolete. For example, if the flood map has changed, then the elevation certificate would have to be updated to include the new flood zone and/or base flood elevation. Similarly, if the structure has been changed, the lowest floor elevations may no longer be valid. However if you have an old elevation certificate and neither the property nor the flood map has changed, it remains valid. Oh - there may be some unscrupulous surveyors who will tell you that you have to get it renewed, for a price, when a new edition of the elevation certificate is released. That is incorrect and don’t fall for it.

How do you know if you need to fill out a 1099 form?

It can also be that he used the wrong form and will still be deducting taxes as he should be. Using the wrong form and doing the right thing isnt exactly a federal offense

Who does an elevation certificate?

You need to apply nearest “Director, Survey Of India, office” to your site. Where they will issue Elevation certificate after completion of procedure. Following are the revised charges http://www.surveyofindia.gov.in/files/T-2351.pdf

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