29 Oct Buying & Selling in the Floodplain Buying & Selling in the Floodplain Tuesday, October 29, 2019 (9:30 AM to 10:30 AM) North Shore Association of REALTORS, Beverly, Massachusetts Details You're Registered! DescriptionLocationInstructors This class is currently sold out. NSAR is potentially scheduling a second date for this class. Please contact Jordan Berger (978-232-9410 - email@example.com) to be added to a wait list for this class and express your interest for a second date. Potential second date is December 12th. Do you ever sell property that’s in the floodplain? Worry about your client’s cost for flood insurance? Wonder where you can find more information on past flooding for a specific property? These questions and more will be answered by Joy Duperault, the Commonwealth’s State Floodplain Manager. Come and hear all about the in’s and out’s of buying and selling properties in the FEMA-delineated floodplain, and other real estate related aspects of the National Flood Insurance Program. *Please note: this is a professional development course. No CE credit will be provided. Register for both professional development classes and receive a discount. Click here to register at the discounted rate. Click here to view the course flyer. North Shore Association of REALTORS - Classroom North Shore Association of REALTORS (Classroom)398 Essex St.Beverly, MA 01915-1957 Map & Directions Joy Duperault Director, Flood Hazard Management Program, MA Dept. of Conservation & Recreation Joy Duperault is director of the Commonwealth’s Flood Hazard Management Program, overseeing the implementation of the National Flood Insurance Program in coordination with Massachusetts’ more than 340 NFIP communities. Joy is also the deputy State Hazard Mitigation Officer, working with the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency to implement federal disaster grant programs, as well as to integrate mitigation planning activities with local floodplain management practices. Joy was formerly the state NFIP coordinator and deputy mitigation officer for the State of Florida, where she resided for 40 years. Her work in emergency management began in the aftermath of Hurricane Charley in 2004, and her background includes government and non-profit work in the fields of environmental education and human services.