FEMA LOMA & LOMR-F Letters for removal of Flood Insurance are performed throughout the entire State of Florida.



CALL TO SEE IF YOUR PROPERTY QUALIFIES TO BE REMOVED FROM IT's FLOOD ZONE DESIGNATION

WE HAVE REMOVED MANY RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL, CONDOMINIUMS AND APARTMENT BUILDINGS FROM THEIR PRESENT FEMA FLOOD ZONE DETERMINATIONS. IF YOUR STRUCTURE QUALIFIES YOU WILL BE ABLE TO REDUCE OR (IF YOU CHOOSE) ELIMINATE ANY FUTURE FLOOD INSURANCE PREMIUMS.

As part of its administration of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) publishes flood hazard maps, called Flood Insurance Rate Maps. The purpose of these maps is to show the areas in a community that are subject to flooding. One of the areas shown on the Rate Map is a Special Flood Hazard Area or (SFHA). The SFHA is the area that has a 1-percent or greater chance of flooding in any given year. The flood hazard and risk information presented on the Rate Map are performed by engineering companies, other Federal agencies, or communities approved by FEMA.

Inadvertently some areas may be shown within a Flood Zone on a Rate Map even though the property/Structure is on natural ground and is at or above the Base Flood Elevation.

Earthen fill may have been placed during construction, thereby elevating your structure to an elevation that is at or above the Base Flood Elevation for that area. If so, it will be possible to remove you from your present flood zone determination designated by FEMA. The new flood zone will lower or even eliminate, (if you choose) your Flood Insurance Premiums.

Recognizing that these situations do occur, FEMA established administrative procedures to change the designation for these properties on the Flood Insurance Rate Maps. These processes are referred to as the Letter of Map Amendment, or LOMA, process and the Letter of Map Revision Based on Fill, or LOMR-F, process. Through these processes, All County Surveyors can petition to FEMA for your removal and eliminate any future Flood Insurance Premiums on your property. THERE IS NO PETITIONING FEE UNLESS WE ARE SUCCESSFUL IN THE AMENDMENT PROCESS. Once approved you can file with your insurance company for a (full) reimbursement of that years Flood Insurance premiums. You will also receive the unused portions of your flood insurance premiums from your Escrow Account . In most cases the reimbursement more than covers the processing and petitioning fees.

Some of this information comes directly from the FEMA web site