The new flood insurance reform, which started on April 1, raises rates up to 18% per year.
High-end neighborhoods in Queens and Manhattan are hot, despite being hit by the storm, brokers said.
The legislation will be introduced on Oct. 29, which is the anniversary of the deadly hurricane.
New findings by a city-commissioned report says thousands of homeowners could see rates skyrocket.
The increase is part of the Biggert-Waters Act, a bill passed in July 2012.
FEMA released its updated flood maps for Staten Island, with fewer houses in the riskiest flood zone.
As they look to rebuild, owners say they're uncertain about whether insurance will cover the damage.
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