TeachMeFinance.com - explain Non-Special Flood Hazard Area (NSFHA)
Non-Special Flood Hazard Area (NSFHA) The term 'Non-Special Flood Hazard Area (NSFHA)' as it applies to the area of flooding can be defined as 'An area in a low to moderate risk flood zone (Zones B, C, X) that is not in any immediate danger from flooding caused by overflowing rivers or hard rains. However, it?s important to note that structures within a NSFHA are still at risk'.
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