About 20% of Virginia REALTORS® have had to make the unfortunate decision to go without health insurance because of the high costs and limited options available to them. Many others have plans that place a high financial burden on their families.
Several bills in the Virginia General Assembly could help address that problem by more coverage options that could possibly save you money.
Tell you state senators and delegates to support these commonsense health insurance solutions. https://bit.ly/2Dz4dFR
October 15th is the deadline to register to vote in the upcoming November General Election. While more than 88 percent of Virginia REALTORS® are registered to vote, we can do better. If you’re not registered to vote or you’ve moved and need to update your registration, the deadline is approaching.
Eligible residents can visit vote.virginia.gov and register online with the Virginia Department of Elections. You can also check your registration status, find out information on absentee voting, and learn about what items will appear on your November 6th ballot.
Our goal is to have 100% of our members registered and at their polling place on Election Day. Register today so you can vote for candidates who support REALTOR® issues and policies that protect your business, community, and the rights of private property owners.
The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) will expire on July 31, denying necessary insurance coverage to homeowners and buyers in more than 20,000 communities nationwide. Congress must act now to reform and extend the NFIP.
- Reauthorizing and gradually strengthening the NFIP so it is sustainable over the long run;
- Encouraging the development of private market options to offer comparable flood insurance coverage at lower cost than NFIP;
- Providing federal assistance to high-risk property owners, including guaranteed loans, grants and buyouts in order to build to higher standards and keep insurance rates affordable;
- Provide fair flood insurance rates that better reflect the property’s flood risk;
- Improving flood map accuracy, so fewer property owners have to file expensive appeals.
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