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The State of California doesn’t mandate that property owners have flood insurance, however many mortgage lenders require flood insurance coverage to get a loan if your property is located in one of Californians many high-risk flood zone map.
A typical California homeowners policy is written through Farmers, State Farm, Allstate, and Progressive, for instance, exclude flooding as something that will be covered under their homeowner’s policy.
In most cases, the only way to get flood coverage is by purchasing a stand-alone flood insurance policy.
However, you should ask your homeowners agent if you can an endorsement to your homeowner’s policy to cover flooding.
Don’t be too surprised if the answer is NO
Another thing it considers is that many of the federal maps were created in the ’70s.Think about what was going on in the ’70s and how far technology has advanced since then.
Many of our maps are out of date.
In the 20th century, the world’s population increased from 1.5 billion to 6.1 billion