Is Your Property Exempt From FEMA's Hazard Zones? Learn More!
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Using your property's Elevation Certificate and a tool provided by FEMA (The Federal Emergency Management Agency) we can remove your property from Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA)!
We guarantee that if we are unable to remove your property from the flood zone or reduce your flood insurance premium, we will refund your money. See conditions and terms. You have nothing to loose!
Request a LOMA (Letter Of Map Amendment)! We will evaluate your elevation certificate or you can request one directly from us and see if you qualify.
Sometimes, some developments and constructions in flood prone areas would not be properly recorded in the subsequent government departments. This may cause adverse effect on the rates of flood insurance for those particular properties. In order to reduce flood insurance; it would be essential to follow a systematic process.
The property owners can approach for Loma letter. Letter Of Map Amendment (LOMA), is the letter provided by the government that declares the subsequent commercial or residential property or building being at different elevation than the actual previous records with the subsequent department.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency would exempt the property from their surge risk maps. Thus the property owners would not need to pay the flood insurance. Even they can get their flood premiums refunded from the subsequent insurance companies.
As FEMA has huge responsibility of mapping the entire US for proper disaster management, there may be some minute mistakes regarding the elevations of certain properties.