Map Updates: Marketing and Outreach Resources

When flood maps change to reflect current flood risks, flood insurance agents are crucial community messengers. Equipped with the right technical knowledge and marketing resources, you can help clients understand their current flood risk, maintain or increase their flood insurance coverage, and take advantage of possible cost savings options.

If you live in a community undergoing a FEMA flood map update, download materials below – from social media posts to co-branded brochures – to help raise awareness among your current and potential customers.

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Agent Map Update Factsheet: From Low- to Moderate-Risk to High-Risk

Fact sheet to help agents inform clients about their new flood risk after a flood map update.

Map Change Lifecycle for Agents

Print-ready and online infographic that illustrates the flood map change process.

Map Change Notification Postcard (Customizable)

Customizable postcard to update and mail to clients who may be impacted by a map change.

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Map Change Notification: Moving into the High-Risk Flood Area

Letter to help insurance agents notify their clients of changing flood risk. The notification letter is intended for clients who are moving into the high-risk flood area and are eligible for the Newly Mapped Procedure.

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Map Change Notification: Moving into the Moderate- to Low-Risk Flood Area

Letter to help insurance agents notify their clients of changing flood risk. The notification letter is intended for clients who are moving out of the high-risk flood area and are eligible for a Preferred Risk Policy conversion.

Map Change: Now is the Time to Save on Flood Insurance

A customizable brochure to distribute to clients who may be impacted by a map change. (Note: To edit this file you need Adobe Illustrator or another compatible application.)

Map Changes and Flood Insurance: What Property Owners Need to Know

Overview brochure that explains what flood maps are, why they change, and how map changes may impact flood insurance rates.