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Evan Hecht

Chief Executive Officer

The Flood Insurance Agency Inc

HQ Phone:  (877) 356-6348

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The Flood Insurance Agency Inc

5700 SW 34th Street

Gainesville, Florida,32608

United States

Company Description

The Flood Insurance Agency, established in 1984, currently located in Gainesville, FL, distributes Private Market Flood, a simple alternative to FEMA, in 37 States. Flood insurance policies are marketed online direct to consumers and through over 3000 register...more

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April 2017 - RISK FRONTIERS

riskfrontiers.com [cached]

Evan Hecht, chief executive of the Flood Insurance Agency, based in Florida, read the details of Biggert-Waters and decided to expand his business.
He had sold N.F.I.P. policies for years, but in 2013 he and his wife, Tiara, went out on their own, seeking private underwriting from Lloyd's of London and an A.I.G. subsidiary. The vast majority of their policies - now totaling 19,000 in 37 states, including some in the Norfolk area, according to Hecht - are on properties that require flood coverage because of their locations, and on which FEMA is raising rates. On average, he estimates, premiums from the Flood Insurance Agency cost 30 to 35 percent less than those bought through FEMA. And the agency plans to offer further discounts for properties with waterproof alternatives to easily damaged materials like wood floors and Sheetrock. At a congressional hearing on flood insurance reform in March, Hecht asked lawmakers to approve legislation that makes it simpler for private flood insurance to satisfy mortgage requirements. Hecht believes his company's interest in policies FEMA considers underpriced for their risk is evidence that such an outcome won't occur. But private insurance, he noted in the hearings, is "of course" not interested in covering severe-repetitive-loss properties or buildings whose exposure is higher than what can be recouped in premiums. What will happen, I asked him, to houses that flood too often? "Insurance policies aren't written for 100 years," he replied, "so we'll react as it happens.


Private Flood Insurance Offerings Grow, But Not For Cheap Subsidized Policies - Floridian Property Consultants

floridianpropertyconsultants.com [cached]

"Our original intent was to compete for properties where [federal] subsidies were removed, who were suddenly getting bills for $12,000," said Evan Hecht, the company's CEO.
Hecht of The Flood Insurance Company expects competition to grow slowly. "If flood insurance was easy, everyone would sell it and everyone would have a private policy," he said.


Flood Solutions

wisbankins.com [cached]

For more information contact MBIS's Jeff Otteson at (608) 217-5219 or call Evan Hecht, CEO of The Flood Insurance Agency at (877) 356-6348.


TFIA Consolidates all 20,000 Private Market Flood� Policies with Lexington/AIG

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We listened, and have now given our clients the ability to avoid their premiums going up each and every year," said Evan Hecht, CEO of TFIA.
The Flood Insurance Agency's Private Market Flood program now provides over $3.6 billion dollars of flood insurance coverage for residential, habitational and commercial properties," said Hecht. Evan Hecht The Flood Insurance Agency


thornrun.com

The witnesses were: Ms. Melissa H. Luckman, Esq., Assistant Clinical Visiting Professor of Law and Director of the Disaster Relief Clinic, Touro Law Center; Mr. Aram V. Terchunian, President, First Coast Corporation; Mr. Chad Berginnis, Executive Director, Association of State Floodplain Managers; and Mr. Evan Hecht, CEO, The Flood Insurance Agency.


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