Flooding is a major risk to homeowners and businesses in the United States, causing more than $2 billion in property damage each year. Your clients expect you to look out for their best interests, so being well-informed about flood insurance options is critical. This includes finding the best coverage, at the lowest price.
Your customers deserve a better option than the NFIP. This is where private flood insurance comes into play. The Natural Catastrophe Insurance Program (NCIP) boasts broader coverage options than the NFIP, often at a lower price.
Key Benefits of an NCIP Policy
· Coverage Available for Basement Contents
· Higher Dwelling and Contents Limit Options than the NFIP
· Broader Definition of Flood than the NFIP
· Multiple Buildings can be Insured under One Policy
· Coverage Available for Decks and Carports
Private Flood Insurance is often cheaper than the NFIP.
Our proprietary rating system, powered by artificial intelligence, works to identify the correct risk for each structure. Then, our single, online application surveys multiple carriers, returning the lowest price for the coverage your client needs. You can purchase and manage the policy online without having to make a single phone call
Get more with our Private Flood program.
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If you don’t offer flood insurance to your clients, you risk losing their business to agents who do!
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