The new insurance comparison service is designed to provide purchasers with a more competitive rate and a greater level of protection than the government-led National Flood Insurance Program, known as NFIP or FEMA.
More details can be found at https://www.yepinsurance.com
The launch coincides with the latest flood vulnerability evaluations for 2021, which indicated that Santa Clara is the US’ most vulnerable county, with a vulnerability score of 93.4 out of 100.
The national evaluation showcased that neighboring cities and counties, including Salinas, Modesto, Fairfield, Hayward, Concord, Sacramento, Stockton, and Antioch, are now also amongst North America’s 15 most flood-vulnerable places.
As global warming continues to make major climatic events like floods more frequent and more devastating, Yep Insurance wants to ensure that property owners in these flood-prone areas are fully aware of their options.
Flooding currently incurs $20 billion worth of damage to at-risk homes each year, but this number is only set to rise as these dramatic weather patterns intensify.
While flood insurance is mandatory in areas like Santa Clara, many customers aren’t aware of their options or the high cost of the government-backed NFIP in comparison to private insurance carriers.
As such, Yep Insurance can give prospective buyers immediate access to competitive quotes from fifteen different insurance providers, without needing to obtain an Elevation Certificate.
Backed by the US’ most reputable lenders, including Wells Fargo, Chase and Bank of America, all of Yep Insurance’s insuring partners ensure government compliance, the highest level of coverage and exceptionally good value.
When purchasing through the company, many property owners enjoy annual savings of several thousand dollars.
Yep Insurance has been serving customers across the United States for over 10 years. To date, they have saved their customers in excess of $4.2 million by providing a more cost-effective option than the NFIP/FEMA.
In addition to their new service for customers in the vulnerable southwestern US flood zone, they continue to partner property owners across the entire country with their most suitable insurer.
A spokesperson for the company said, “Unfortunately, most general practicing insurance agents are only familiar with the NFIP and will mislead you into buying a highly overpriced flood insurance policy. With us, you can be sure that you will know the true cost of flood insurance in any flood zone anywhere in the US.”
More information is available at https://www.yepinsurance.com
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