- Ask the seller/seller's agent. Talk to neighbors and ask them as well. If there is a disclosure form, check it thoroughly
- Use the FEMA flood zone map to search your address: Click Here
- Hire a thorough home inspector (such as myself) who will look for clues of possible previous flooding.
Is My House in a Flood Zone?
"Is my house in a flood zone?" If you have ever found yourself asking that question, you are not alone. Many people wonder this, especially when they are buying a home. So what can you do to help be sure you are not going to have a flooded house or have expensive flood insurance bills? Here are three things you can do:
9/6/2021 04:28:17 am
Thanks for sharing this brief article on flood. There are a lot of disadvantages of purchasing a home in a higher flood zone. I like that you mentioned the FEMA flood zone map . If the house you're interested in is inside a FEMA-assigned flood zone, it's astute to have a careful assessment directed.
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