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Flood Insurance: YOU HAVE OPTIONS

Homeowners have been told there are no options outside of the National Flood Insurance
Program (NFIP) regarding flood insurance coverage for their homes. This statement is only
partly true and does not apply to all homes.
A large majority of the Florida residential market is impacted by the requirement to obtain
flood insurance. Until recently, the NFIP was the option to obtain coverage for your home.
Over the last 2 – 3 years the landscape of the homeowners flood market has changed
dramatically. Private carriers are now offering homeowners flood insurance. These carriers are
able to obtain a much larger variance in coverage offerings, which directly benefit the
homeowner. In addition, these coverage options are lower cost over 80% of the time in direct
comparison to the NFIP.
Of course, while reading this you are now thinking: What’s the catch?
The only downside is not all homes qualify. In addition, there are limited quantities of offerings
in each area. The only way to find out if you qualify is to simply ask!
Our agency has been actively marketing these new options and are happy to let you know if
you qualify. Please feel free to call our office at 727 298 0302, visit our booth at the Fall King of
the Beach or email personal@singlesourceins.com All we require is your full home address to
let you know if you qualify for a carrier. If you qualify, we will then offer you the options for the
coverage and timing to put that coverage in place for your home.
Single Source Insurance is a proud sponsor of the Old Salts Fishing Foundation. We look
forward to hearing from you and seeing you at the 2018 Fall King of the Beach!

Winter Fishing and the Sheepshead Bite

Winter Fishing and the Sheepshead Bite

Captain Travis Yaeckel – Instinct Fishing Co Sponsored By Suzuki RePower The cold weather has set in and Florida is having a “winter” as we know it. Several freezes and temperatures hanging around the 50’s and 60’s have certainly slowed the fishing down to some degree. Like most Floridians, most of our fish in and around… Continue Reading

It’s Soapfish Season!

It’s Soapfish Season!

Known as “soapfish” to some old crackers, Snook are one of Florida’s premier inshore gamefish and are making a comeback in our region from the harsh winters of 2009-2010. Many moons ago, originating in the everglades area, locals referred to the Snook as having poor table fair value. These days, they are the undoubtedly labeled… Continue Reading

Florida FWC Seeks Your Comments

Fellow anglers. You will be forgiven if you haven’t stumbled to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s recent request for comments on Flounder, Sheepshead and Tripletail. These kind of requests for input often get obscured by the plethora of information going into, and coming out of, the FWC. In the FWC’s words: FWC is collecting feedback on Florida’s… Continue Reading

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