Revised flood zones in Volusia County...

Revised flood zones in Volusia County could cost landowners thousands

There are 4 comments on the Daytona Beach News-Journal Online story from Jan 6, 2012, titled Revised flood zones in Volusia County could cost landowners thousands. In it, Daytona Beach News-Journal Online reports that:

Homeowner Randy Thomas stands near the historically high water line on his property on McGarity Lake in Deltona.

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Laughing

Winter Springs, FL

#1 Jan 6, 2012
$4,000 bucks for insurance? That's alsmost as much as houses are worth in the city. LOL LMAO

“The Truth Can Hurt:”

Since: Jul 11

Central Florida

#2 Jan 6, 2012
IF they even TRY that Bull SH** with me; I will just walk away from the property and let them and the bank and Volusia County have it .... it just isn't worth it anymore to fight for what they have DEVALUED over the last few years ...
MrsL

Winter Springs, FL

#3 Jan 7, 2012
We are so angry abut this. Our insurance went up even before we knew about having to buy this insurance. It is true my home is worth less but my taxes remain the same. We are wondering if we don't but the insurance what will happen to us? Can our mortgae company force us to by adding it to our mortgage, forced insurance? Does anyone know?
If only we could get out of Deltona. We have felt that way for several years for several reasons. We missed the opportunity to do it. We repent in leisure.

“The Truth Can Hurt:”

Since: Jul 11

Central Florida

#4 Jan 7, 2012
MrsL wrote:
We are so angry abut this. Our insurance went up even before we knew about having to buy this insurance. It is true my home is worth less but my taxes remain the same. We are wondering if we don't but the insurance what will happen to us? Can our mortgae company force us to by adding it to our mortgage, forced insurance? Does anyone know?
If only we could get out of Deltona. We have felt that way for several years for several reasons. We missed the opportunity to do it. We repent in leisure.
From what I understand ; IF you do not buy the flood insurance; the Mortgage Company CAN - WILL add it to you annual taxes etc ...
I believe that you can bargain with a coup[le different insurance companies about flood insurance for a lower rate ... even the federal government has a flood insurance , if I remember correctly .. call Congressman Mica's office about that .. it may by cheaper than going thru an insurance company ...

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