Flood Zones On Long Beach Island Nj

Dated: 11/01/2013

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Flood Zones on Long Beach Island New Jersey

Flood zones were established by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to help understand the risks associated with areas of the United States located in a flood zone. Surprisingly, according to FEMA, we ALL live in a flood zone. The delineation takes place when determining if we live in an area of low, moderate or high risk for flooding. Long Beach island NJ is grouped into two primary flood zones. They are an “A” flood zone and a “V” flood zone. Interestingly enough, there are even a few “X” zones on LBI which require little to no flood insurance! AE Flood Zone on Long Beach Island NJ are generally considered to be the “less risky” areas on LBI and therefore they have a positive relationship when considering AE Flood Zone on Long Beach Island NJ and the LBI Real Estate Market together.

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