Building a profitable private flood insurance program has major challenges. One-stop access to enhanced data analytics and underwriting information from Verisk can help you compete in this environment.
The private residential flood insurance market, long ceded to the National Flood Insurance Program, may be ready for a comeback. Explore the possibilities—potential personal flood premium for owner-occupied residences in the 48 contiguous states, as well as ways to assess the risk exposure—in our new white paper.
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WaterLine™ is a risk selection and assessment tool that helps underwriters by scoring individual properties on hazards including river flooding, surface water, and storm surge.
FloodAssist® reports help identify properties in FEMA flood zones and our Building Code Effectiveness Classifications help underwriters distinguish between communities with strong and weak code enforcement.
Assess flood risk with WaterLine, Verisk’s flood hazard score, which goes beyond traditional property-level risk characteristics.
WaterLine provides an accurate assessment of location-level flood hazard for insurers, with scores available on every location in the contiguous United States.
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