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Fort Lauderdale Flood Insurance

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218 Commercial Blvd, Suite 217

Lauderdale by the Sea, FL 33308

954 492 5592

Flood Insurance Types

RCBAP

Residential Condominium Association Coverage on Building and Contents A condominium association is the corporate entity responsible for the management and operation of a condominium. Membership is made up of the condominium unit owners. A condominium association may purchase insurance coverage on a residential building and its contents under the RCBAP. The RCBAP covers only a residential condominium building in a Regular Program community. If the named insured is listed as other than a condominium association, the agent/producer must provide legal documentation to confirm that the insured is a condominium association.

Residential Condominium Unit Owner’s Coverage

A residential condominium unit in a high-rise or low-rise building, including a townhouse are considered to be a single-family residence. An individual dwelling unit in a condominium building maybe insured in any of the following way. An individual unit and its contents may be separately insured under the Dwelling Form, in the name of the unit owner, at the limits of insurance for a single-family dwelling. An individual unit may be separately insured under the Dwelling Form.

Non-Residential Condominium Building

Non-residential condominium buildings and their commonly owned contents may be insured in the name of the association under the General Property Form. Non-Residential Condominium: Unit Owner’s Coverage (Contents) the owner of a non-residential or residential condominium unit within a non-residential condominium building may purchase only contents coverage for that unit. Building coverage may not be purchased in the name of the unit owner. In the event of a loss, up to 10% of the stated amount of contents coverage can be applied to losses to condominium interior walls, floors, and ceilings.

Rate Determination

Building Your flood insurance rates are based upon your flood zone which you can determine by a flood zone determination or a flood elevation certificate, General flood zones can be used by the Broward County Flood mapping portal.

Flood Elevation Certificates

Copies of completed elevation certificates for certain properties constructed since 1992 located in unincorporated Broward County are available by contacting the Broward County Building Code Services Division at 954-765-4400, extension 9808. In order to provide you with the best service, please make sure you have the following information: the property's street address, zip code, and most importantly, ensure the property is located in unincorporated Broward County. You may contact your individual or town and see if they have elevation certificates for your property if you are not in unincorporated Broward County.