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Are flood insurance policies transferable?

Yes, always
In most cases
In some cases
No, never
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Question: Are flood insurance policies transferable?
Top Answer (29% of 24 votes): No, never.

Answer: No, never
Explanation: No, every home has to be insured separately, due to location. If you move, you cancel your flood insurance and based on where you move to it will be determined if you need to have a new flood policy rewritten.
Lockhart's Insurance Services
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: A Flood policy is transferable once in the lifetime of the policy. If the agent/company you are currently working with is not aware of this, call us we will help.
Fisher Family & Associates, Allstate Insurance
Answer: In most cases
Explanation: As of 2014, new owners can take over previous owners flood insurance policies.
G.L. Anderson Insurance Services, Inc
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