National General


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Let us help you get Flood Insurance & learn about the Flood maps as Broward County will be revising the Flood maps again in 1-2 years.

The U.S. Senate approved a bill Wednesday that funds the federal government through Dec. 11; the bill includes a full-year extension of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and surface transportation funding.

The bill, which was passed by the U.S. House last week, now goes to President Trump. He is expected to sign it.

Under the agreement, NFIP authority is extended through Sept. 30, 2021.

“This is the second year in a row we have secured a full fiscal year extension for flood insurance.  It is a victory for REALTORS® and something we fought for very hard,” says Shannon McGahn, the incoming chief advocacy officer for NAR.  “While we continue to work toward comprehensive reform and long-term reauthorization, the marketplace needs stability and continuity.”

Also included in the continuing resolution is a similar extension of surface transportation funding.

“Transportation projects take years from concept to completion, and any lapse in funding is especially disruptive,” McGahn says. “This is a big win, especially for our commercial members who are eagerly looking toward a post-coronavirus market.”

Please call  Lee from  USAsurance  & Calle Financial. 954-270-7966, Your Insurance Consultant  about Home Insurance, Auto, Flood, Private Flood, Car, Life Insurance & Financial Products, Business  & Commercial Policies, and Group Products for business owners to give Employees benefits at no cost to the employer.

At WeInsure, since we carry National General, we will soon also be able to sell Allstate policies!!!!!

U.S. Insurer Allstate Corp. said on Tuesday it will buy National General Holdings Corp. for about $4 billion in cash, scaling up its auto insurance business at a time when the coronavirus has crushed traffic on roads and reduced claims.

National General’s shareholders will receive $32 per share in cash and closing dividends of $2.50 per share for each share held. This would imply a total deal value of $3.92 billion and a premium of about 69% to National General’s Tuesday close, Reuters calculations showed.

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https://www.insurancejournal.com/news/national/2020/07/08/574808.htm#