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Old 02-08-2013, 10:15 AM
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Originally Posted by wally world View Post
Be careful here....if she didn't get a policy until after the new flood maps went into effect, she might be screwed. In my case, I was eligible for the preferred risk policy, and then grandfathered for at least two years, but I had to make sure it went into effect before the maps did.

I just renewed my policy, and after that renewal, my flood zone changed from X to AE. Because the change just occurred, my flood insurance agent said I will have at least two years at the lower rates still.

It's all very confusing. And it sounds like even FEMA Congress keeps changing the rules.
IFYP, I think. Though at least it was long term reauthorized recently, so it should be stable for awhile.

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