we are closing on a new home Friday and were told that our flood insurance would not be effective for 30 days.

Asked by Sandra, Conroe, TX Wed Jul 23, 2008

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Stephen Viney, , Prairieville, LA
Thu Jun 3, 2010
you can get the current owner to transfer his policy to your name and take up the note or prorate to him if it is paid up may save you some cash and time
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Mark, , Texas
Sat Jan 24, 2009
wrong!!!! If you are closing on a new house you can get flood insurance effective immediately. Insurance agent for over 20 years and have done this hundreds of times.
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Margaret T.…, Agent, Conroe, TX
Sat Jul 26, 2008
Sandra,
As every one says - always true. You would not even have noticed had Dolly not been in the Gulf.
Unless you purchased in the Flood zone it should not be a problem, the big ones are later in the season.
Margaret
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Ron Wickes, , Conroe, TX
Thu Jul 24, 2008
Sandra that is true across the nation. That is done so everyone doesn't try and buy flood insurance two days before a hurricane hits.
Web Reference:  http://www.ronwickes.com
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Mary Bowen, Agent, The Woodlands, TX
Wed Jul 23, 2008
That is true for everyone.
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