CRS Improvements Result In Big Savings

Residents and businesses on the Big Island will be paying less for flood insurance, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Hawaii County has earned a Class 7 community rating from FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) as of October 1, 2019.  As a result, current and new policyholders save 15 percent on the... Continue Reading →

The Hawaii Flood Hazard Assessment Tool (FHAT) is currently experiencing technically difficulties loading due to a recent update to a connected services. Mahalo for your patience as we patch the FHAT to restore our service.

Mahalo FEMA RIX and HIIA

A Big Mahalo to FEMA Region IX Flood Insurance Specialist, Edie Lohmann for taking time away from her busy schedule to lead a Flood Insurance Workshop here in Honolulu this past August for our local insurance agents, realtors, and lenders. Much Aloha also goes out to Hawaii Independent Insurance Agent Association (HIIA), Executive Director, Chenise... Continue Reading →

Understanding Flood Insurance

An important message from the Hawai'i DCCA Insurance Division Flooding is the most frequent and expensive natural disaster in the United States. Yet, flood peril is not typically covered through most homeowners and renter’s insurance policies. Everyone lives in a flood zone. If it rains, it can flood. Your risk is real! What Are My... Continue Reading →

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