Contingency Planning

Are your Transfer on Death (TOD) documents in order? 

Contingency planning is a complicated process with many moving parts. It’s a delicate subject, but it must be discussed. Time is of the essence to transfer a deceased agent’s flood book of business at FEMA. There is a 30-day window to make arrangements, and if nothing transpires, FEMA/NFIP will take over the policies. The agent’s beneficiaries will receive nothing. 

We offer you peace of mind regarding the distribution of your book. We will:

  • Conduct a book analysis

  • Create a TOD purchase agreement  

  • Make arrangements directly with FEMA/NFIP to ensure compliance

  • Set provisions to pay your beneficiary for the flood policies  

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Know Your Worth

Have you determined how much your flood book is worth?

Building your book of business and achieving success in the insurance industry took courage, determination, and heart. Please send your Policies in Force report, with no policyholder information, to National Flood Insurance, LLC for a FREE ANALYSIS and valuation of your Flood Book of Business. 

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Earn More Money

Are you thinking of selling your insurance book of business now or in the next three to five years?

We are eager to buy your Flood Book of Business! You do not have to retire to sell your Flood Book of Business, and can even continue to sell flood policies.

  • Flexible payment terms addressing lost commission income

  • Spread tax liability over three to five years

  • Determine your worth with a free Flood Book of Business analysis

  • Discuss contingency planning options such as Transfer on Death provisions for your named beneficiaries 

  • Continue to sell flood policies while saving on flood servicing and re-allocating employees 

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