NAR Urges Congress to Develop Disaster Coordination System

Published: February 8, 2007

<table width="507"><tbody><tr><td class="itemheader"></td></tr><!– Story –><tr><td class="blacktext" width="500">In a statement to the House Financial Services Committee this week, NAR President Pat Vredevoogd Combs called on the federal government to save millions of dollars in future disaster remediation costs by implementing a standardized, coordinated plan that can become operational immediately in the event of a natural disaster. Combs also urged Congress to fund flood map modernization and to pass reforms to the National Flood Insurance Program to help property owners purchase insurance protection against flood losses in exchange for state and community floodplain management regulations.</td></tr></tbody></table>


Last modified: February 8, 2007 at 8:52 am | Originally published: February 8, 2007 at 8:52 am
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