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J.R. Evans Engineering provides a Preliminary Analysis at no cost!

Did you know J.R Evans Engineering, P.A. provides a preliminary analysis to review your property and determine if a Flood Zone Modification is feasible, at NO cost? The analysis involves review of the property location, conditions, available topographic information and comparing information to the flood elevations and the County Flood Study. Please email: [email protected] and request a form today!

It appears that one vehicle for members of Congress seeking to delay to flood insurance premium increases is now off the table.

WASHINGTON -- It appears that one vehicle for members of Congress seeking to delay flood insurance premium increases -- adding an amendment to a pending defense authorization bill -- is now off the table.

For information on how J.R Evans Engineering, P.A. can help, please call 239.405.9148.

http://www.nola.com/politics/index.ssf/2013/12/lawmakers_seeking_delay_in_flo.html

JRE will participate in the 2013 South Florida Condo, HOA & Co-op Expo on 12/04/13

J.R Evans Engineering, P.A. will participate in the 2013 South Florida Cooperator Expo scheduled for Wednesday, December 4th at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center. Please stop by and learn about services benefiting your board and homeowners. We look forward to meeting you!

https://fl-expo.com/

Feedback on a recent job completed by JRE.

J.R. Evans Engineering, P.A. appreciates comments and feedback from our valued clients! Thank you!

J.R Evans Engineering is featured in the Florida Weekly Business Observer: Out of the zone

Evans says it's important not to file frivolous requests for a map change from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the government agency overseeing the flood-map program. As a result, none of Evans' requests has been turned down. "FEMA appreciates the input to their model," he says, noting that it provides more detail for their maps. "They know our firm."

Check out J.R. Evans Engineering in November's Gulfshore Business Magazine!

The November issue of Gulfshore Business is buzzing with special features on the small but mighty community of Estero and the slow but recovering housing market. Check out J.R Evans Engineering, P.A. in November's Gulfshore Business magazine. (Digital issue pages 60/68)

http://www.paperlit.com/read/gulfshore/2013-10-22?format=js#page=60

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.

http://www.nbc-2.com/story/23797777/flood-insurance-spike-to-hurt-local-businesses?autoStart=true&topVideoCatNo=default&clipId=9458587#.Um6h7b7D9LN

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.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/13/us/cost-of-flood-insurance-rises-along-with-worries.html?pagewanted=all&goback=.gde_841717_member_5795148315167309826&_r=1&

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.

http://lnkd.in/bf8YaRk

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:

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  • Shari Fairchild President
  • Bill Holmes, Vice President
  • Paula Warner, Treasurer
  • Zulima Rossey, Secretary
  • John Cook, Director
  • Ali Pool, Director
  • Cheryl Kraus-Dampier, Director

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Since 1995 the Community Association Managers of Marco Island has proudly served its community and members. Though many changes over the years have influenced the way in which our business is conducted. Members taking the opportunity to help and learn from one another has not. Both Managers and Associates work diligently to service our community associations. Factors such as time constraints, workforce availability and severe weather challenge us all. Overcoming these obstacles with education, technological advances, quality mentoring and networking are shining keys to our success. Everyone’s input and participation is an essential part of this organization. I am honored to serve as President of this fine group filled with so many professional and talented members. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or suggestions that you may have.

President, Shari Fairchild

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