This profile was last updated on //
Is this you? Claim your profile.
The Flood Insurance Agency Inc
5700 SW 34th Street, Suite 402-B
The Flood Insurance Agency is devoted entirely to providing flood insurance solutions to:
Find other employees at this company (15)
(97 Total References)
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.
Insurance News 02/2014 (Page 2)
According to Evan Hecht, CEO of The Flood Insurance Agency, located in Gainesville ... (Feb 12, 2014, Insurance Journal)
Evan Hecht, ...
Evan Hecht, CEO
Evan Hecht, CEO of TFIA, said: "Consumers should be proactive, far in advance of an expiring flood insurance policy, when seeking alternatives to rising FEMA flood insurance premiums."
Evan Hecht, CEO of TFIA, said: "Consumers should be proactive, far in advance of an expiring flood insurance policy, when seeking alternatives to rising FEMA flood insurance premiums.
The Flood Insurance Agency
It's like a rocket ship," said ...
It's like a rocket ship," said TFIA CEO Evan Hecht . "We're going to keep the [NFIP] program healthy by offering increased competition."
told Insurance Business in January that he
"expect[s] and hope[s]" TFIA
will have competition within the private flood market, allowing agents and clients more affordable solutions to their insurance needs.
It seems Hecht
has gotten his
According to a Wall Street Journal report, at least five insurers are currently selling flood coverage to homeowners, with one major reinsurer-Berkshire Hathaway-backing some of those policies.
echoed that sentiment.
"The [proposed legislation] is squashing the appetite of the private market to come in and assist," he
told Insurance Business.
Prestige Insurance Group, Inc. Blog
They also believed that private companies would be able to set prices that would enable them to make a profit and compete with the rapidly increasing costs of high-risk federal flood policies.
Two Florida companies were already rolling out private flood insurance options as the Legislature acted.
The Flood Insurance Agency, based in Gainesville, started marketing to Gulf Coast homeowners whose renewal bills were increasing by thousands of dollars for the coming year.
"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.