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#2252513 - 04/16/21 07:39 PM Flood Zone Change
Anonymous
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We were just told from Lereta that the property is now in a flood zone and we notified the customer. They are disputing it.

Do we need to force place flood insurance within 45 days of notification while they are disputing?

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#2252514 - 04/16/21 07:48 PM Re: Flood Zone Change Anonymous
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Yes - you would be required to force place within 45 days of the letter sent to the customer notifying them of the change.
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#2252516 - 04/16/21 07:56 PM Re: Flood Zone Change Anonymous
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Skittles is correct!

One tool that we use to eye-ball flood zone's is FEMA's Stay Dry application. It runs through Google Earth and is pretty cool. While it isn't an "official" determination, it does allow you to show/see flood areas based on the address entered.

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