A Look Back at Hurricane Season 2020 and Forward to the 2021 Hurricane Forecast

2021-06-07T20:25:18+00:00

Insights from a May 18, 2021 webinar in which Dr. Phil Klotzbach shared insights from hurricane season 2020 along with the forecast for hurricane season 2021.

A Look Back at Hurricane Season 2020 and Forward to the 2021 Hurricane Forecast2021-06-07T20:25:18+00:00

Your Hurricane Season 2021 Forecast: Prepare for the Storms You’ve Already Seen

2021-03-12T18:35:59+00:00

The 2021 hurricane season is around the corner and Colorado State University’s Dr. Phil Klotzbach is preparing to release the annual forecast.

Your Hurricane Season 2021 Forecast: Prepare for the Storms You’ve Already Seen2021-03-12T18:35:59+00:00

The Economic Impact of Flooding, Part 3: The Legacy of Super Storm Sandy

2021-03-05T17:33:20+00:00

The third part of our series on the economic impact of flooding looks back at the legacy of Super Storm Sandy and the programs it inspired to prepare NYC.

The Economic Impact of Flooding, Part 3: The Legacy of Super Storm Sandy2021-03-05T17:33:20+00:00

How Agents Can Walk First-Time Homebuyers through Purchasing Flood Insurance

2021-03-02T19:24:52+00:00

With millions of Americans buying homes for the first time, insurance agents must be prepared to educate their customers about the realities of flood risk.

How Agents Can Walk First-Time Homebuyers through Purchasing Flood Insurance2021-03-02T19:24:52+00:00

The Economic Impact of Flooding, Part 2: A Look Back at Mississippi Flooding in 2019 and 2020

2021-02-22T16:48:37+00:00

The Mississippi’s record-breaking floods in 2019 were followed by devastating floods in 2020. The economic impact of flooding will be felt for years to come.

The Economic Impact of Flooding, Part 2: A Look Back at Mississippi Flooding in 2019 and 20202021-02-22T16:48:37+00:00

The Economic Impact of Flooding, Part 1: After Hurricane Laura and Hurricane Delta

2021-02-11T19:39:53+00:00

Hurricane Delta hit just weeks after Hurricane Laura delivered a deadly storm surge. The repeat flooding hindered the initial response and the community's recovery.

The Economic Impact of Flooding, Part 1: After Hurricane Laura and Hurricane Delta2021-02-11T19:39:53+00:00

Why Better Flood Claim Management Is Good News for Real Estate

2021-02-01T16:23:17+00:00

Improvements to flood claim management aren’t just good news for people filing claims – it's a positive signal for the real estate industry as flooding increases.

Why Better Flood Claim Management Is Good News for Real Estate2021-02-01T16:23:17+00:00

How National Flood Services Tests Our Own Flood Response Plan without a Drop of Water

2021-01-22T16:23:43+00:00

Just like actors rehearse before they perform, flood insurance teams practice responses when it’s dry to be best prepared when a flood strikes.

How National Flood Services Tests Our Own Flood Response Plan without a Drop of Water2021-01-22T16:23:43+00:00

Insurance Agents: Add Value by Helping Customers Develop a Flood Mitigation Plan

2021-01-19T15:42:14+00:00

Five ways insurance agents can help homeowners understand their flood exposure and mitigate their risk.

Insurance Agents: Add Value by Helping Customers Develop a Flood Mitigation Plan2021-01-19T15:42:14+00:00

To Expand Your Risk Mitigation Toolkit, Raise Your Local Disaster Awareness

2021-07-07T19:27:59+00:00

As a homeowner, you’re constantly balancing risks against your budget. The best way to do this is to have a broad awareness of the environmental flood risks in your area.

To Expand Your Risk Mitigation Toolkit, Raise Your Local Disaster Awareness2021-07-07T19:27:59+00:00

Why an Incomplete Picture of Flood Risk Makes Marginalized Communities More Vulnerable to Flooding

2021-07-07T19:41:07+00:00

Without a complete picture of flood risk, there’s no way to know who is most vulnerable. But with new tech, the maps are changing.

Why an Incomplete Picture of Flood Risk Makes Marginalized Communities More Vulnerable to Flooding2021-07-07T19:41:07+00:00

National Flood Services: 3 Lessons Learned from 35 Years on the Frontlines of Disaster Recovery

2020-12-09T20:25:18+00:00

National Flood Services claims director Robert Butler has been on the frontlines of the industry for over three decades. We sat down with him to reflect on what he learned along the way.

National Flood Services: 3 Lessons Learned from 35 Years on the Frontlines of Disaster Recovery2020-12-09T20:25:18+00:00

Flood Maps: Are You One of the 6 Million Homeowners whose Flood Map Is Out of Date?

2020-12-09T15:46:16+00:00

When’s the last time you check your property’s flood risk maps? It may have changed since then.

Flood Maps: Are You One of the 6 Million Homeowners whose Flood Map Is Out of Date?2020-12-09T15:46:16+00:00

Flood Insurance: How COVID-19 Made Us Better Prepared for the Next National Crisis

2020-12-10T15:40:20+00:00

The pandemic has taught us all a lot about protecting the lives we've built. Being prepared for the next storm with flood insurance is just one way we can protect our homes and businesses.

Flood Insurance: How COVID-19 Made Us Better Prepared for the Next National Crisis2020-12-10T15:40:20+00:00

Why Public Private Partnerships Are the Key to Better Public Programs

2020-11-24T20:23:24+00:00

Public-private partnerships let governments tap the tech, talent, and customer service experience of private firms to deliver exceptional programs.

Why Public Private Partnerships Are the Key to Better Public Programs2020-11-24T20:23:24+00:00

Winter Flood Risk 101: How Snowmelt, Ice Jams, and Winter Storms Turn to Floods – and How to Protect Your Property

2021-07-07T19:45:31+00:00

Snow and ice aren’t the only forms of water to worry about in the winter. It can still flood – which means you shouldn’t let your guard down when it comes to protecting your property.

Winter Flood Risk 101: How Snowmelt, Ice Jams, and Winter Storms Turn to Floods – and How to Protect Your Property2021-07-07T19:45:31+00:00
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