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Monday, December 30, 2019o Realtors, Insurance Agents and Lenders: This email has been sent on behalf of the following municipalities: Unincorporated Lee County, Town of Fort Myers Beach and the City of Bonita Springs. READ MORE >>
Monday, December 30, 2019Flood Updates- We Just Can't get Away From Flood! (Please read and stow in a folder on your email files for future reference..) 1. Lender Release Form. It is used to cancel a policy mid term if the lender no longer requires flood insurance for your property. 2. READ MORE >>
Thursday, August 8, 2019 Higher Personal Liability Limits for your Homeowners READ MORE >>
Tuesday, June 11, 2019 Good Morning! Very handy and EASY tool for NFIP Flood Zones search! See click link then enter address and flood zone comes up for all properties with newly mapped information , the flood zone and the base flood requirement in feet. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, January 9, 2019Effective immediately, previous guidance from FEMA has been rescinded and NFIP Insurers may resume the sale, renewal, and monetary endorsements for flood insurance policies. IF A SHUT DOWN OR FUNDING IS HELD BACK FOR FEMA FLOOD POLICES AGAIN WE CAN STILL WRITE PRIVATE FLOOD WITH AND WITHOUT ELEVATION CERTIFICATES! READ MORE >>
Friday, November 30, 2018Do not sign an AOB or Assignment of Benefits form to any 3rd party repairing claim damage to your home! It transfers all of your policy rights and benefits to the 3rd party who without your knowledge overbill the insurer and place liens on your home or file suit. READ MORE >>
Monday, November 12, 2018The advice that the broker or agent gives is irreplaceable; it’s not going to be replaced by a machine. The broker is an advocate in placing the coverage, getting the right terms and conditions, and making sure the coverage is appropriate and fits the client’s risk. READ MORE >>
Friday, November 9, 2018Thanks Peter, Also, thanks for lunch it was nice to meet with you today! I appreciate your sharing your knowledge! Carol Macone Realtor/Investor GRI, WCR, ACCRS READ MORE >>
Friday, October 26, 2018Houses intact after Hurricane Michael were often saved by low-cost reinforcements - They were saved by additional strategically placed nails, some small metal connectors and window shutters that created a sealed package — low-cost reinforcements that determined whose home survived and whose was destroyed by the power of Hurricane Michael. READ MORE >>
Thursday, October 18, 2018Earlier this week, Florida Gov. Rick Scott asked the Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier to freeze insurance rate increases for 90 days, following the damage caused by Hurricane Michael.
The governor also asked the state’s insurance commissioner to rescind for 90 days all policy non-rene... READ MORE >>