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This means the coastline can be edited to remove insignificant water. * Note - Generally companies set a maximum distance that they are interested in checking (i.e.
2) You can determine what distances you want to check (Ex. once youre more than 10 miles inland, how far the property is from the shoreline according to the distance measure selected during the setup of the account. Availability: All coastal States (Atlantic, Pacific and the Gulf Coast) A custom shoreline can be developed for your account so that only water that your company considers coastal will be used.
To learn more about our reports, please click on the links below. Description: This is a text statement describing the distance to the nearest shoreline (ex: Within 1 mile to shore).
shoreline can be customized to meet your underwriting requirements. Index: When setting up an account, CDS can set the distances to check: (i.e. This number tells how many distances it has checked.
For property underwriters and agents who are looking to increase accuracy, productivity and overall speed of operations, the Risk Meter Online is an Internet application used to automate property risk reports.
By simply typing in an address, underwriters and agents can get back natural hazard information for a given policy location.
The Risk Meter can perform more than 30 different lookups, including distance to coast, rating territory, flood zone, eligibility, proximity to brush and EQ hazards.
Unlike conventional paper-based lookups, the Risk Meter Online provides underwriters and agents with accurate, efficient and defendable positions up to 90% faster than existing methodologies.
This is an excellent screening tool if you're concerned with properties falling within flood-prone areas.
Fields: Fields: SFHA, Within 250 Feet, Community Number, Community Name, Zone, Panel, , telling whether or not the property falls within the SFHA zone.
Census Tract: Census tracts are small, relatively permanent statistical subdivisions of a county or statistically equivalent entity delineated by local participants as part of the U. Census Bureaus participant statistical areas program. However, CDS covers all areas where FEMA maps are available.