Sunday, March 09, 2008
Flood Zone Correction, Inc., the nation's first flood zone correction company, invites property owners and bloggers with an interest in flood insurance regulation and practices to chime in at www.fairnessforfloodrisk.blogspot.com.
Flood Zone Correction, Inc. launched the "Fairness For Flood Risk" blog to provide a forum for opinions, commentary, advice and feedback on issues related to flood risk, including flood risk analysis, flood zone correction and map modernization; as well as issues related to the imposition of flood insurance requirements. The blog allows Flood Zone Correction, Inc. to quickly post and share information and encourages visitors to provide suggestions for improving the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). In conjunction with the Flood Zone Correction, Inc. website: www.floodzonecorrection.com, the blog is a strong vehicle for flood insurance reform.
"Once again as Congress reconvenes for the second congressional session, flood insurance reform is at the top of the list," states Dan Freudenthal, president of FZC. He continues, "But, if the past is any indicator, we can ill afford, three years after Katrina, Rita and Wilma, to not have a national flood insurance program that is fair to all property owners in all flood risk categories. The Fairness For Flood Risk blog is the beginning of a national movement to mandate change, in particular the inequities of the NFIP."
Flood Zone Correction, Inc., a Florida corporation headquartered in West Palm Beach, is the leading advocate for accuracy in the evaluation of flood risk and fairness in the imposition of flood insurance requirements. Flood Zone Correction, Inc. clients own and/or operate well over two million multifamily units and over 7,000 shopping malls, retail plazas, office buildings and industrial properties, as well as single-family homes, townhouses and condominiums. Since 2001, Flood Zone Correction, Inc. has successfully reclassified over 90 percent of properties evaluated. For more information, visit the company's website: www.floodzonecorrection.com, blog: www.fairnessforfloodrisk.blogspot.com, or call 1-877-FloodZone (1-877-356-6396).
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