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A high-risk zone is an area that the Federal government determines is more likely to flood. There are multiple categories of high-risk areas, and the category determines the cost of insurance. Homeowners living in high-risk communities that have opted in to the National Flood Insurance Program are required by law to purchase flood insurance.
The National Flood Insurance Program is the Federal program that insures homeowners, renters, and businesses living in communities that have chosen to participate. Managed by the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA), it is sold through private insurance companies. In addition to providing flood insurance, NFIP works to improve floodplain management and to develop flood zone maps.
Yes, businesses can apply for flood insurance coverage through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), sold through private insurance companies.
Other than relocating to a home outside a high-risk zone, flood insurance costs will be lower if a homeowner:
  • -Relocates all utilities to an area above the floodplain elevation, such as an attic.
  • Ensures there are sufficient "flood vents" (foundation openings)
  • Eliminates the crawlspace under the house by backfilling
  • -Elevates the home with flood-resistant posts
Flood insurance premiums are not tax deductible for home unless you use a portion of the home for a business. Flood insurance is tax deductible for an owned rental property.

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