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Flood Risk Evaluation
A complimentary assessment of a property’s high-risk flood designation and the unique characteristics of property structures. The evaluation includes a comprehensive report, featuring identification of the flood source, SFHA, levee and other types of flood control systems proximity, current and historical Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) data and FIRM overlay. Should AFSI find the structure […]
Flood Risk Management
This service empowers property owners to obtain coverage commensurate with the actual flood risk and allows those who service commercial and residential property portfolios to deliver focused business value and extraordinary client service. AFSI performs a flood risk evaluation on all structures that require flood insurance. This process determines if any of the structures qualify […]
This service identifies legally available credits and rate options for buildings correctly designated in the Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA). It can significantly increase the value of the real estate holding by reducing annual flood insurance costs. Leverage our understanding of this complex service to capture savings, protect and improve the value of your property. […]
The elevation certificate is an important administrative tool or the NFIP and an important risk management tool for property owners with buildings currently classified within the SFHA. It provides elevation, building type, flood map and additional information necessary to determine the proper flood insurance premium rates, to support a request to reclassify the flood zone […]
Flood Practice Partnership Program
AmeriFlood Solutions, Inc.’s (AFSI) Flood Practice Partnership Program offers an unparalleled level of flood servicing and a competitive edge in client acquisition, retention and referrals for insurance agencies and brokers, risk management companies, property management companies and lenders. AFSI develops a customized plan for your industry sector that allows you to offer clients a proactive […]
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As the largest provider of federal flood insurance (NFIP) policies in the U.S., we highly recommend the elevation certificate services of AmeriFlood Solutions. Their national network of licensed surveyors and engineers, combined with their expert knowledge of NFIP rules, ensures that our customers receive accurate elevation documents, which, in turn, enables us to provide properly rated policies.
Write Your Own (WYO) Flood Insurance CarrierSt. Petersburg, FL
The benefits …were realized almost immediately. My clients realized the immediate premium savings and ultimately appreciated the fact that the value of their assets increased given the improvement of the flood determinations and the reduction in flood insurance premiums… . I highly recommend AmeriFlood Solutions, Inc. as a source to address your clients’ flood insurance with and perhaps more importantly, I deem them to be an honest and trustworthy company to improve and rectify your clients’ flood insurance issues.
Risk Management CompanyMahwah, NJ
I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for the services AmeriFlood Solutions, Inc. has provided to many of my real estate clients over the last two years. … Our clients continue to benefit from your service including elevation certificates, providing overlays to check flood zones at no cost, LOMA’s when applicable.
Insurance Brokerage FirmDallas, TX
The support provided by AmeriFlood Solutions has resulted in many examples of premium savings and coverage enhancements… I would like to mention the work recently provided on a large acquisition of five hotels …we were able to achieve savings of over $75,000 in annual NFIP premiums.
Insurance BrokerDallas, TX
FEMA’s release of revised flood insurance rate maps includes 42 communities in seven states: Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, New York, Oregon, Texas, and Washington. Many flood map updates place homes and buildings in a Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA), also known as a high-risk flood zone. A flood map reflects a geographic area -not individual property […]
This guest post by Dylan Snyder provides advice to better manage homeownership expenses. People know that buying a home costs a fair bit of money. Owning a home could cost as much or more. With these tips, homeowners can help to reduce their monthly costs in the management and upkeep of a home. 1. Buy […]
The month of December is traditionally a busy month, and it appears that the FEMA elves have worked overtime to release revised flood insurance rate maps for more than 100 communities in 10 states: Colorado, North Dakota, Utah, New Jersey, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas, Georgia, and Louisiana. The new maps place many homes and […]