Regulators have proposed new rules that would require banks to accept private flood insurance on homes in high-risk areas.
The new rules would amend the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012, which eliminated subsidies for residential flood insurance and permitted certain premiums that had been frozen for years to rise. The bill also placed limits on the cost of force-placed flood insurance bought by banks, among other reforms.
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