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What we do

We help homeowners get removed from the FEMA high-risk flood zone every day.

Please watch the short video below…

 

Going after a FEMA Letter of Map Amendment (LOMA) can be difficult, frustrating, and time consuming. Consider working with an experienced FEMA Flood Map Specialist who can do it right the first time-guaranteed.

 

We can do the following work for you…


 

Review the property and verify the current FEMA flood zone.

The obvious first step is to verify that the house/building is actually in contact with a FEMA high-risk flood zone. Many flood zone determinations rely on computer programs that map by proximity. In some cases we can show evidence that the house is not in a high-risk flood zone and an amendment to the flood map is not necessary. It is also important to study available preliminary flood maps that show scheduled updates. It does not make sense to challenge a Flood Insurance Rate Map when it is scheduled to be updated in the near future and shows the property outside the high-risk flood zone.

 

Obtain and compile all the documents required by FEMA for the dispute.

FEMA requires a number of documents in addition to the elevation certificate to apply for a LOMA. This includes a copy of a Deed, FIRMette, Plat Map…etc. We help homeowners through the LOMA application process every day; know exactly what paperwork is needed and where to locate it.

 

Submit all available information to FEMA for review.

FEMA requires an account to submit a LOMA application online. You can set up your own account (free) or turn to us for help. We can quickly and efficiently complete your LOMA application. We also have exclusive access to eLOMA which allows us to expedite the application process and cut the turnaround time from months to days (sometimes hours).

Because a LOMA officially amends the effective NFIP map, it is a public record that the community must maintain. Any LOMA should be noted on the community’s master flood map and filed by panel number in an accessible location.

 

Send you the completed LOMA document removing the structure from the FEMA high-risk flood zone.

Once a FEMA LOMA of Removal is issued, we will send you the document along with instructions on the next step. Simply forward the information to your lender and have them apply it to their Flood Zone Determination. A lender must apply the completed LOMA a determination and overturn the flood zone. This will drop the flood insurance requirement, and if you choose to have a policy, it will be available at a heavily discounted rate.

Keep in mind, we are in you corner and will work with you through every step in the process. We will also discuss a refund for the insurance policy paid for the current year.

 

“I just wanted to send you a note to thank you and the company again.  I got the flood insurance cancelled, my mortgage company accepted the LOMA letter, and I received an insurance refund.  Not to mention the future savings!  You did a great job.  I would be happy to recommend you to any consumer.  You were efficient, professional and honest.  Again, great job.”   -Miriam (02/07/2016)

 

“Thank you SO MUCH! FEMA (finally) processed our new policy (and refund).  Refund for current year is over $1000!!  And new annual premium is $430 (vs. almost $1,500).”   -Ruth and Peter (01/22/2016)