questions giving us by a buyer or seller. If it is an insurance question, the best policy is to refer to three reliable insurance agents. unless of course are also an insurance agent.
As Realtors, we obviously get the this question a lot. The best advice I can give is to refer a trusted Insurance company in the area that is licensed to sell insurance. These people can answer all of your questions and give you an estimated cost for all your insurance needs. =)
Barton Insurance - 447 Cape Coral Parkway
Nash Insurance - 923 Del Prado Blvd S # 102
Both of which are local and family owned and been in business a very long time. Support your local businesses and Good Luck with your new home!
Most residents of Cape Coral live in a flood zone. These areas are the V-Zone and A-Zone on the Flood Zone map. X-Zones are not considered part of the Special Flood Hazard Area, but that does not mean there is no need for concern. Twenty-five percent of flooding occurs outside areas formally designated as being flood-prone.
Flood insurance is required for many property owners and is available to all properties in Cape Coral, including property in the X-Zone.
If you visit this website: http://www.floodsmart.gov/floodsmart/ (FEMA) ~ there are links to help you with residential coverage, costs, etc.
I hope this helps answer your question(s). For more interesting facts, please visit my website at: http://thereseclapp.com.
Have a great rest of your evening.
Therese A Clapp, RealtorÂ®
MBA, GRI, SFR, AHWD, REPM
Member of REBAC: Educated in Buyer Representation
Century 21 Sunbelt Realty, Inc.
725 Cape Coral Pkwy W
Cape Coral, FL 33914
2011 Platinum Five Star Education Award Recipient
Community of REALTORÂ® Excellence
REALTORÂ® Association of Greater Fort Myers and the Beach, Inc.
Jones and CO Realty