What you will find on your substantial damage letter generated by FEMA Substantial Damage Estimator software
Published May 2 2021 updated May 2 2021 1 min. 6 seconds read
A detailed look at what you will find on your FEMA Substantial Damage Estimator SDE output. For more details about each section I recommend that you read the SDE 3.0 User Manual and Field Workbook published by FEMA for the SDE software.
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Substantial Damage Estimator
- Lot Number
- Elev. of Lowest Floor
- NFIP Community NAME
- NFIP Community ID #
- Owner's NAME
- Street Address
- Additional Owner(s)
- Year of Construction
- Date of Inspection
- Inspected by
- Inspector Phone
- Date of Damage
- Cause of Damage
- Duration of Flood
- Est. depth above lowest floor
- Resident Information
- Firm Panel #
- Date of FIRM Panel
- Firm Zone
- Regulatory Floodway
- Value of Building
- Percent Damaged
- Cost of Repairs / Improvements
- Replacement Cost
- Depreciation %
- Computed Actual Cash Value
(Per FEMA Publication 213, Actual Cash Value may be used as Market Value)
Optional User Entered Data
- Professional Appraisal
- Tax Assessment
- Factor Adjustment
- Adjusted Tax Assessed Value
- Contractor's Estimate of Repairs / Improvements
- Community's Estimate of Repairs / Improvements
Authorized Local Official: (Signature)
- Substantial Damage Estimator (SDE) User Manual and Field Workbook
Using the SDE Tool to Perform Substantial Damage Determinations
FEMA P-784 / Tool Version 3.0 / August 2017
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