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NBC-2 Local News reports: Flood Insurance spike to hurt local businesses

NBC-2 Reports: "Flood insurance spike to hurt local businesses. The rates come after a new federal legislation was created to fix the national flood insurance program's $28 billion deficit. Nearly 9,000 policy holders in Lee County alone are affected. They will lose subsidies and get standard-rate policies." - For information on how we can help, please call J.R. Evans Engineering at 239.405.9148.

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The New York Times reports: Cost of Flood Insurance Rises, Along With Worries.

For questions regarding your flood risk designation on FEMA's maps, please contact 239.405.9148. We are Certified Floodplain Managers and maintain a 100% success rate with every submittal made to FEMA.

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Will you be affected by the flood insurance rate hikes, which go into effect on Oct 1?

Will you be affected by rate hikes, which go into effect on Oct 1. due to the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012?

J.R. Evans Engineering can help! We are Certified Floodplain Managers and maintain a 100% success rate with every submittal made to FEMA. For more information on how we can help, please call us at 239.405.9148.

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http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2013/sep/24/new-flood-insurance-rates-spark-anxiety-gulf/

Changes Coming to the National Flood Insurance Program - What to Expect?

Congress passed the Flood Insurance Report Act of 2012 (Biggert Waters 2012), which will:

  • Make the NFIP more financially stable by raising rates on certain classes of property to reflect true flood risk; and

-Trigger rate changes for certain properties within a revised or updated map are to accurately reflect the flood risk.

  • The changes mean rate increase for many policyholders over time.

  • Buying or selling a property, or allowing a policy to lapse may trigger rate changes.

  • FLOOD INSURANCE RATES:

Are you in a Flood Zone?

Our firm has saved property owners over 2 million dollars in annual flood insurance premiums by accurately depicting their risk designation on FEMA's map.

We are Certified Floodplain Managers and maintain a 100% success rate with every submittal made to FEMA.

For more information, please call 239.340.0866 or visit www.jrevansengineering.com

Come visit us at the 27th Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School at the Marco Island Marriott

J.R. Evans Engineering, P.A. will have an exhibit booth at the Florida Chamber's 27th Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School scheduled for July 17-19, 2013, in Marco Island, Florida. Please stop by and say hello!

Marco Island Marriott Resort & Spa 400 South Collier Boulevard Marco Island, FL 34145

We look forward to seeing in beautiful Marco Island!

Flood Zone Modification Services

Our firm specializes in modifications to FEMA Flood Zones, we are licensed Civil Engineers, and Certified as Floodplain Managers by the State of Florida. We have performed flood zone modifications for numerous condominiums and communities throughout South Florida and were able to save them over $120,000 in annual premiums by modifying FEMA’s maps. We are specifically certified to do this type of work and we have been 100% successful with every submittal made to FEMA.

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