FEMA working in Florida to update Flood Maps

Second Look Flood Offers Updated FEMA Maps and Tools To Help Homebuyers and Homeowners More Accurately Determine Flood Risk
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Jan. 27, 2014 - PRLog -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has been working with county and municipal governments over the last several years to incorporate the best available data into new flood maps.

March 17, 2014 – Florida, multiple communities Release New FEMA Flood Maps.

Anna Maria, City Of

Bradenton Beach, City Of

Bradenton, City Of

Brevard County *

Brevard County-wide

Cape Canaveral Port Authority

Cape Canaveral, City Of

Cocoa Beach, City Of

Cocoa, City Of

Grant-valkaria, Town Of

Holmes Beach, City Of

Indialantic, Town Of

Indian Harbor Beach, City Of

Longboat Key, Town Of

Longboat Key, Town Of

Malabar, Town Of

Manatee County *

Melbourne Beach, Town Of

Melbourne Village, Town Of

Melbourne, City Of

Manatee County-wide

Palm Bay, City Of

Palm Shores, Town Of

Palmetto, City Of

Rockledge, City Of

Satellite Beach, City Of

South Daytona, City Of

Titusville, City Of

West Melbourne, City Of

Federal law requires that if your property is mapped into a special flood hazard area, and you have a mortgage through a federally regulated or insured lender, flood insurance will be required when the new flood maps become effective.

New flood maps and preliminary data provides the public an early look at their home or community’s flood risk. “FEMA is in the process of updating Flood Maps in every state,” says Bryan Baumann, senior mapping analyst. “Each year, thousands of homeowners vffzy that are wrongly placed in the high-risk flood zone, and those that should be there might not have adequate coverage when a flood does occur. Everyone should know about these updates.”

Second Look Flood, LLC, an experienced Flood Determination Company, offers the newest FEMA maps and tools to help homebuyers and homeowners more accurately determine their flood risk. Second Look Flood goes far beyond traditional automated mapping programs of banks, lenders and insurance companies, which only approximate a property’s location.

At Second Look Flood, well-trained mapping analysts manually research each property using multiple resources. An aerial overlay is constructed showing the property on the newest FEMA flood plain map. Amendments are also identified, such as a Letter of Map Amendments (LOMA) – which are often missed by automated systems. “Every homebuyer and homeowner deserves the peace of mind of a well-trained mapping professional working on their behalf,” Baumann adds.

Second Look Flood, LLC is a leading flood determination company located in St. Cloud, MN. The company offers the newest FEMA Flood Maps, Flood Risk Reports with an aerial overlay and Flood Determinations Nationwide. FEMA is in the process of updating Flood Maps in every state. For more information, FAQs, flood facts and more, visit www.secondlookflood.com.

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