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 Does FHA require hazard insurance?

Answer The FHA, or Federal Housing Administration, requires hazard insurance on the loans that they insure. Lenders often require borrowers to provide proof of one year of insurance or pay one year's wort... Read More »
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Is hazard insurance covered under most master or blanket home owners association insurance policies?

Since every owners association is different: every condominium or homeowners property is different from any other, the master insurance policy coverage is tailored to each individual property.As we... Read More »
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What is the difference between hazard insurance and homeowners insurance?

Depending on the source, the terms hazard insurance and homeowner's insurance mean the same thing or describe two very different products. Both mortgage and insurance companies use both terms, but ... Read More »
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What is hazard insurance?

Hazard insurance, also known as homeowner's insurance, is not required by law, however, mortgage lenders will require homeowners to carry a policy on their home to protect it from damage and/or pro... Read More »
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Is it necessary to have hazard insurance?

On One Hand: Most of the Time, YesAccording to Mortgage QnA, if you plan to purchase your home by taking out a mortgage, it is highly unlikely that the lender will give you a loan unless you have h... Read More »
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