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Floods are the most costly and devastating natural disasters in the US and most homeowners insurance does not cover them.A few flood facts from FEMA: + 2 feet of water can be enough to lift a car. + Flash floods often bring walls of water 10 to 20 feet high. + Your home has a 26% chance of being damaged by a flood during the course of a 30-year mortgage in a high-risk area, compared to a 10% chance of fire. + The average annual U.S. flood losses from 1994 to 2004 were more than $2.4 billion.FloodMap Mobile delivers powerful information to your iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch making you aware of your risks and enabling you to take the proper action to make your family and your property safe.Features: + iOS4 compatible + Use current location, your address book, or place a point on the map + Get residential home values from Zillow.com + Get property elevation from USGS + View FEMA flood hazard zones on a Google map + View stream gage data. + Get a Flood Report detailing FEMA map information, your risks, and approximate insurance costs. + Email the report and map to compare locations or link to more flood resources. + Connect with engineers, FEMA representatives, or an insurance agent. Flood Map Mobile is an invaluable tool for everyone: + Homeowners can assess their familys risk + Home Buyers can assess the risk of a potential purchase + Travelers can assess risk in a new location + Real Estate Agents can offer risk information to clients + Land Developers have risk information on-site + Local Officials have valuable information in the community + Evacuees can avoid flood prone areas + Insurance Agents and present property and life saving information