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How Can I Buy Flood Insurance?

Floods are the most common and costly natural disaster in the United States. Just one inch of water can cause $25,000 in damages.

Homeowners and renters insurance typically don’t cover flood damage. Flood insurance will protect you from the high cost of recovering from a flood. It’s how America recovers together.

In this video from FEMA, learn how to get a flood insurance policy.

For more information from FEMA about flood insurance coverage, read these articles:

To find a Wright agent, or if you are an agent who wants to become a Wright partner, please visit www.wrightflood.com.

The flood mapping process is a thorough, comprehensive program made up of the nine steps below. To learn more about the process, and what’s involved in each step, check out FEMA’s “FLOOD MAPS: Know Your Risk and Take Action Against Flooding” infographic, below.

  • Identify Area to Map or Re-Map
  • Select the Project Area
  • Gather Information
  • Hold the Flood Risk Review and Resilience Meetings
  • Issue Preliminary Map
  • Facilitate Public Comment and Appeal Period
  • Issue Letter of Final Determination
  • Issue Flood Map
  • Improve Resiliency of Watershed
Wright Flood Resource Center

Welcome to the Wright Flood Resource Center! Stay up to date as our team of Wright Flood insurance experts share invaluable insights, review the latest flood news, explain all the basics you need to know, and more.