Proposed four-year moratorium on new flood rate increases does little to reassure hardest-hit homeowners.
A delinquent flood insurance payment by your mortgage lender could trigger a dramatic rate increase.
A bipartisan proposal to delay flood insurance rate increases is overshadowed by the government shutdown.
Recent flood insurance reform package leaves some coastal residents facing astronomical rate increases.
A new study says rising sea levels could pose serious threats to home insurers and the National Flood Insurance Program.
Higher flood insurance rates are forecast as Congress attempts to return the National Flood Insurance Program to solvency.
Three months after Superstorm Sandy, the federal flood insurance program has processed just 3 in 10 flood insurance claims.
Insured losses from Hurricane Isaac may run $1-$2 billion as US reaches halfway point of unusually active hurricane season.
The Biggert-Waters Act seeks to help the federal flood program recover from $18 billion losses to hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
New law grants feds greater flexibility to make troubled National Flood Insurance Program more sustainable.