Wind Mitigation-Condo's & Commercial Properties

We are not to inspect one unit in a condo. It is an inspection of the whole building. When a hurricane hits the condo building the lawyers for the insurance companies will be looking for the inspectors who filled out the form.
Citizens’ underwriters review all mitigation forms and other supporting documents. Your mitigation form may not be accepted if the appropriate professional, as outlined in the form, does not perform an inspection or the professional’s Florida license is not active or cannot be verified.

As authorized under Section 627.711(8) of Florida law, Citizens reserves the right to verify any wind mitigation form completed by a qualified inspector by ordering an independent inspection.

Uniform Mitigation Verification Inspection Form (OIR-B1-1802)

  • Single-family dwellings
  • One-to-four-unit residential dwellings, including apartments and condominiums
  • Residential buildings with one-to-three stories, including five or more unit apartments and condominiums

Building Type II and III Mitigation Inspection Form (MIT-BT II and III)

Required for Personal Residential condominium unit owners or Commercial Residential applicants seeking mitigation credits in buildings with four or more stories.

Commercial Windstorm Protective Device Proof of Compliance (WPD-1C)

Confirms the existence of opening protections and devices for commercial nonresidential buildings

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