The National Association of Realtors said Tuesday that it will continue to push lawmakers to renew the National Flood Insurance Program, which expired March 28, until it is brought back in effect.

Under the program, the government backed insurance coverage required for homes purchased within the 100-year flood map as defined by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The trade group said that until the program is renewed it could jeopardize housing sales in such regions.

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