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Customers can estimate their flood insurance rates by inputting their home's address, city, state, ZIP code and residential status in the "One-Step Flood Risk Profile" tool on FloodSmart.gov, as noted on the site. Custom... More »

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To apply for flood insurance through the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, find an approved insurance agent, fill out the correct paperwork with your specific coverage requests, and pay the yearly premium for... More »

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A flood insurance rate map, or FIRM, is the official map that outlines a community's floodplain boundaries, flood elevations and flood zones. FIRMs, created by the National Flood Insurance Program, are used by property o... More »

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A good resource for calculating flood insurance rates in Florida is the FloodSmart.gov website. The website offers an easy-to-use calculator for flood insurance that rates an individual's risk, estimates the premiums and... More »

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FloodSmart.gov, the official site of the National Flood Insurance Program, provides flood zone maps and estimates an address's flood risk profile based on the data from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. FEMA also ... More »

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Enter a street address into the vPike virtual turnpike search tool by clicking on the empty box on the main page and typing in the address number and street name along with either its city and state or ZIP code, as of 20... More »

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