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Topic Title: Cocoa Beach-Flood insurance or not?
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Created On: 09/03/2017 09:51 PM
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scostuart

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Originally posted by: WG I was once told that if the roof or windows were blown out, it wasn't flood but windstorm as ding posted. (I have a huge deductible on that, but at least it's covered some). true or BS? How much are the detectables on that $250 flood insurance anyway?

Based on the FEMA link by OP....I am in an area of minimal flood hazard Zone X at a 25' elevation. Effect March 2014.

My premium went up a couple years ago to $450/yr....still not bad.

USAA General Indemnity Company

National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)

9800 Fredericksburg Road

San Antonio, Texas 78288-0489

Deductible for 2017: $1250

 

 

Coverage type: Building Limit $250,000

                       Contents Limit $100,00



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