how can I estimate roughly hazar and flood insurance costs for a home? Is there a quick calculator?

Asked by Fedeyvale, Miami, FL Wed Apr 9, 2008

or something? THANKS

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Karin Bertra…, Agent, Miami Beach, FL
Tue May 13, 2008
Dear Fred,
You can find the estimated premium cost for you house at http:// as well as a lot of other helpful information and insurance agents serving in your area. You should contact an insurance agent to obtain an exact quote for your property.

Let me know if you have anymore questions, since I would be more than happy to help you with that.

Karin Bertrand
Bertrand Realty Group
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Wilburpost, Home Buyer, Miami, FL
Sat Sep 24, 2016 seems to be effective. NY and some other states are excluded. It's disappointing that there are not more of these tools available. Perhaps the CFPB can encourage the insurance industry to be more transparent.
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Joe Snapp, Other Pro, Bainbridge Island, WA
Wed Jan 8, 2014
Hello Fred,

Yes sort of -- try this new instant online service - There's no quicker or easier way to buy NFIP flood insurance coverage

I can help you and anyone else who wants fast NFIP flood insurance quotes online, all 50 states served. Go online to and enter the property address for flood insurance. Within seconds (or hours to days depending on flood zone complexity) you will receive an actual live FEMA NFIP flood policy quote - not an estimate. FYI flood hazard and policy costs are impossible to estimate for most lender mortgage base needs, for flood zones A to V, which means required NFIP insurance usually.

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Pamela Mayers, Agent, Coral Gables, FL
Thu Apr 10, 2008
Go to and put in the address and you will get the flood zone. I would defintely call an insurance agent with the correct information. I heard of a closing where the price of the flood went from 1 to 6 thousand the day before closing-this house was on the water-but I would get a quote in writing, more than one too. Remember there is wind and contents, two different. You will probably have to buy three insurances. Work on this early in the transaction. Your real estate agent will be able to help you find good people-Pam Mayers-EWM Realtor-305-216-5864
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RN, , Miami, FL
Thu Apr 10, 2008
For hazard and flood insurance you need to know the address--different areas of the region have different insurance ratings and requirements--some need no flood insurance at all.
Call me and I'll be happy to go over it with you.
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Myke Atwater, Agent, Santa Rosa Beach, FL
Wed Apr 9, 2008
your county website probably has a tax estimator--go to the property appraisers site on the county, or the easiest way is to call a realtor--easy info to share with you. Insurance--easiest way is to call an independent agent in the area, give them an address, and their software enables them to pull up a quote for you within minutes. Easier than you surfing for answers!!
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