How much are property taxes and home owners insurance in conway South Carolina?
There is no way to answer this question with the limited information, contact the city and county collectors and an insurance agent for this answer.
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Answer . \nYou could ask the owner if they do but they are not obligated to disclose that information. You may have to sue them in court and if they have insurance coverage you then be contacted by this persons insurance if they indeed have coverage.. Answer . \nIf they are the homeowner and… are paying a mortgage then you can be certain they are insured. If the issue is personal injury the owner should not be adverse to the filing of a claim, that's what insurance is for. Many policies include no-fault coverage for medical claims of $1,000 to $5,000, legitimate medical bills are paid when they are submitted to the insurer, without need for legal action. If the owner is uncooperative it would be in your best interest to seek legal advice before making any "deals." ( Full Answer )
Is there any recourse for the buyer of an owner financed agreement when the seller does not provide or have the deeds and property transferred for insurance and tax purposes?
Answer . \nProperty cannot be sold or transferred without there being a clear title. If the owner/seller has lost or misplaced the general warranty deed and the lien release, it is a fairly simple matter to obtain copies. Contacting property recorder's or assessor's office in the county where th…e property is located will obtain the desired information. ( Full Answer )
Answer . The property is covered by the owners insurance only. If your trailer hit their property, their own insurance must cover it. If your trailer hits your own building, then your insurance will cover it.
Answer . No, Non-Owners insurance, with or without an SR22 filing, As the name implies indicates that you do not own or regularly operate a vehicle. Non-Owners coverage is only secondary coverage to any insurance already on the vehicle being operated. You can not have Non-Owners Insurance on a… car nor a motorcycle because to buy the non-owners policy you must declare that you own no vehicle nor do you regulary operate an uninsured vehicle.. If you own or regularly drive a vehicle, You must obtain appropriate liability coverage on that vehicle whether you own it or not.. Non-Owners Insurance only covers you for un-planned, un-expected vehicle use. It will not cover you in any vehicle belonging to household member nor in any vehicle to which you have ready access. ( Full Answer )
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In a Life Estate tenancy who pays the taxes and insurance on the property the owners or the the tenant?
The tenant is the owner, fee simple, for his/her lifetime and pays taxes and insurance as anyone would on land they own. Instead of having an heir, a life estate has a 'remainder' (one who remains) and that person takes ownership after the demise of the life tenant because the deed/title was in …the remainder's name all along. Yes? Who pays the mortgage is another question. No...the owner is the person who will receive it upon the death of the life estate. That is the person who would receive payment from the insurance company if it were, for example, destroyed in a fire while the tenant with the LED was living there. The person with the LED can't mortgage the property; can't sell the property; can't receive payment if the property is destroyed, so the owner would be responsible for paying the insurance and taxes. The LED holder is responsible only for utilities. In fact, the owner is responsible to pay upkeep as weel, because it benefits their future. ( Full Answer )
Is there a tax break for monies spent to upgrade or remodel your home in the state of South Carolina?
Answer . \nI live in South Carolina and as far as I know the breaks you get are for adding insulation, windows, and doors. But that is a federal tax break not a state break.
there is no way to answer this, it depends on many many things...what are the circumstances? how was the person injured? what are their injuries? etc etc etc...were you negligent in anyway or not? there are two different coverages that could apply medical payment, and general liab. the only certain …in this question/answer is they will not pay more than the policy limit of liablity/med pay that you purchased on your policy...sorry just not enough info........ ( Full Answer )
Answer . Home owner's insurance is based on several different Items. The Location is the number one thing. then after that, The size, and elevation of the house. also home owners insurance is dependent on what coverages you would like on the house.. Flood, Natural disaster. Fire, and Contents.… Be more specific in your question. The best way to find out the price is to call an insurance agent in your location and get a free quote. They would be very happy to qoute you. Andrew Bass, Bossier City, Louisiana Fairley-Bass Agency ( Full Answer )
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\nThey are required to pay the cost of getting you a house/condo (whatever you normally have) that provides the same things you had at home--like a computer, phone service, etc. Usually you just end up in a hotel ordering pizza.
If you have a mortgage it is usually required by your MortgageCompany and detailed in your mortgage financed note. It's acontractual matter. If the home is paid off and you do not owe on your home, then it isentirely up to you if you want to insure it or not.
No, paying property taxes on a property does not make you the property owner. Only a properly executed deed naming you as the owner would make you an owner.
If taxes are delinquent, the county could put a lien on theproperty of a deceased individuals and sell it. If the property ofthe deceased person is up to date on tax payments, the house may begiven to beneficiaries or listed by a realtor.
It depends on the type of policy that you have. Some cover the dwelling, its contents, other structures, liability protection for you and the insured's, some contents of premises, some personal property of others, and some have limited medical protection for visitors. Other homeowner policies are de…signed for renters and therefore do not cover the dwelling. All of this is subject to the limits of the policy which can range very much. ( Full Answer )
There are too many variables to provide an answer here. The best way to find out is to contact a local agent or agency and ask for quotes or at least a ballpark estimate.
If the property in question is not paid off and there is still a mortgage to be paid, the mortgage company requires that the purchaser have full insurance coverage on the property. They do not want to lose their investment to a careless fire! If the property is paid for and there is a different pers…on living in the house and paying rent, usually the property owner requires the renter to carry full coverage insurance on the house. I hope this is helpful and answers your question. ( Full Answer )
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NO, THAT WOULD COME UNDER YOUR OWN HEALTH AND MEDICAL POLICY. IF A GUEST WAS INJURED ON YOUR PROPERTY, THE LIABILITY OR MEDICAL PART OF YOUR HOMEOWNERS POLICY WOULD LIKELY COVER THE INJURY, PRESUMING THAT YOU AS PROPERTY OWNER WERE LIABLE. AGENT JIM
The current owner yes, not the one foreclosed on. (And the past owner owes the one that foreclosed for any tax that was due for the period that owner had it).
On your homeowners insurance policy, you should have more than enough dwelling coverage to rebuild your house. In this state, that is all it makes sense to have and it does not make sense to have any less. Due to the way that homeowners works and its cost, it is stupid not to have less!. For exampl…e, partial damage is paid according to the percentage of the damage against the percentage of the value of the building and the percent damaged. Say your house is worth 500,000 and you carry insurance of 50,000; with a deductible of 1,000 . Then say you have a windstorm. It does 20,000 worth of damage to a room on the back of your house. Now we do the math: 50,000 is 10% of 500,000. So we take 10% of 20,000 and we get 2,000. Then we take away your 1,000 deductible. That leaves 1,000. So by saving not very much money, you got almost nothing for your damage. If your entire house had burned down, you would have gotten 50,000. ( Full Answer )
Can someone purchase land for unpaid taxes if there is no home on the property and original owner is deceased?
The first step would be to find out if the previous owner granted her/his interest in the land to a third party after their deaths, or whether the property "escheated" to the state because there were no heirs ascertainable. If the land was seized because the owner paid no taxes , the municipality… will have a tax sale on some periodic basis (3mo/6mo/1yr) basis where they auction off places for back taxes. ( Full Answer )
If your car is not registered in South Carolina, then no - you would pay your property taxes to whichever state is your Home of Record.
Property taxes are paid to local governments like counties, not states. If a property is sold at foreclosure auction, usually the county property taxes are paid first out of any proceeds from the sale.
No it doesn't build value like life insurance it is more like car insurance. You pay & never see it again.
In brief, Homeowners insurance policies offer protection for the homes main structure, out buildings and contents as well as coverage for certain liabilities that may arise from home ownership.
Other than home owners insurance covering your primary residence where you live and rental property insurance covering a home that you rent to others there are a few differences in types of coverage. While most home owners policies cover the building you live in as well as your contents (TV, Clothes…, etc...), most rental property policies cover only the building. This is because in a rental property situation you usually do not own the contents inside and the renters have renters insurance to cover their own contents. ( Full Answer )
It is based on the covered perils of your individual policy. The number and type of covered perils varies greatly from policy to policy, company to company, and endorsement to endorsement. It is pretty standard that most policies at the very least cover Fire, Theft, Wind, and Hail. Some policies cov…er much much more, such as Water, Collapse, Riot. If you have a policy, look at the covered perils section. If you don't have a copy of your policy call your agent and request one. ( Full Answer )
It depends on what coverages you selected when you purchased your insurance and who was bitten by the snake. If you selected medical coverage option when you bought your home insurance policy you may have coverage if you were bitten by a snake on your own property. If the tenant was bitten the…n no. Your medical coverage does not extend to a tenant. There would also be no coverage for a tenant being bitten by a wild animal under the owners liability because the property owner is not liable for acts of wild that we do not own. ( Full Answer )
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Yes, if you carry liability insurance on your homeowners policy andyou are found liable for an injury to another while on it yourinsurance company would respond to a notice of loss.
If it is your home, just look at your insurance policy. It will always tell you the name of your insurance company.
for the services of the city or township that you live in, such as schools, fire department, trash collection, police protection, road upkeep, etc.
An HO3 all risk policy offers the broadest coverage possible for a homeowner. Many insurance companies offer the HO3 policy form, they cost a little more but they are the best homeowners insurance policy you can get.
Some ways to save on homeowners insurance are to try to combine your auto insurance, there are usually discounts for multiple policies. If that is not possible having smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, an alarm system and sometimes deadbolts on door will lower you premium.
You can purchase home owners insurance from many companies. A few of the top companies are State Farm, Farmers, AllState, Geico and Progressive. If you look in your local yellow pages you can find many listings for home owners insurance. Call around and get the best price.
as everything you need insurance to protect you from things that can happen to something so you'll get a reduction on the full price of it. your insurance company will pay for it. you should get home owner insurance to help you in accidents and to be safe.
That depends on the type of home insurance policy and scope of coverage you purchased. All home insurance policies are not the same There are many types of home insurance policies available. Fire Insurance covers the peril of Fire. HO1 policies typically cover Actual Cash value for fire win…d and hail damage along with optional owners liability and possibly burglary coverage. HO2 Policies generally provide the same coverage as above along with extended coverage and the option to purchase endorsements for accidental water discharge and optional replacement costs in the event of a loss. HO3 policies, often referred to as "All Risk" policies offer the broadest scope of coverage and typically offer replacement valuation on structure and contents. In addition there are literally dozens of endorsements you can purchase to cover specific risk exposures such as jewelry and various other personal property and unique risks. What your Home insurance covers depends on what coverage you purchased. ( Full Answer )
There is not enough information to answer your question. Did this injury occur in the home or away from the home? Who was injured and how did it occur? Was an insured household resident injured at the insured home? A homeowners insurance policy often provides a small amount of medical coverage if… the insured elected it at the time of purchase for minor household injuries but does not replace a medical insurance policy. Was a guest injured on the premises of the insured home? Homeowners insurance policies often provide Liability coverage if the insured elected the coverage at the time of purchase that might provide coverage if the insured home owner was at fault for the injury. You would need to check your home insurance policy or contact your agent to determine if you purchased medical coverage or liability coverage depending on what occurred and if so, what limits are available. ( Full Answer )
How much does the average home in California cost? These types of questions are impossible to answer and if I gave you and answer it would be useless to as well. There are eight different homeowners forms for different situations and so many different variables that homeowners policy premiums probab…ly would range from $150 to $20,000 and I am just guessing. Some of the variables include Policy Form, Amount of Coverage, Fore Protection Class, Zip Code, Credit Rating, Deductible, Replacement Cost or Not, Special Endorsements, and many, many, others. ( Full Answer )
There are millions of things that a homeowners insurance policy does not cover. To find out what it does cover just read your policy, anything not on there is not covered.
In New Jersey, property taxes are a continuous lien on the real estate. Property taxes are due in four installments during the year: February 1, May 1, August 1, and November 1. Interest on delinquent taxes is charged. If the property owner fails to pay the property tax that is due within a certa…in time period, the property may be subject to foreclosure, either by the municipality or by a third party who has purchased the tax lien from the municipality. . ( Full Answer )
In the United States of America, county level tax assessors keep track of the assessed value of the property and the amount of taxes due and amount paid. These are public records.
Property owner insurance can be purchase from local insurance companies or insurance brokers. One can also purchase property owner insurance online. Some sites allow you to enter your information, then they have several insurance companies give quotes all at one time, for easy comparison.
There are many places to look for home insurance in Columbia. These include: Home Insurance Columbia and Insurance Beaufort. These both offer policies for people living in Columbia.
Yea, when the property is damanged fire, or natural calamitieslike flood, inundation, earthquake etc., the property owner coveredunder the property owners' insurance is at liberty to claimsbenefits from the insurer, subject to undergoing or adhering tovarious formalities as inscribed in the policy b…ond. ( Full Answer )
How about asking him. With todays privacy laws it is probably none of your business whether or not he has homeowners insurance. If there is a case where a possible claim may result and you don't have the nerve to ask him then it's not much of a claim is it.
I am a new home owner where the previous owners did not pay their property tax Do i have to pay it now?
To purchase a home it will be required that the taxes be payed. Ifthe previous owner did not pay them and is not going to pay themthen the new owner will be responsible for paying them before theycan purchase the home.
South Carolina does not have an inheritance tax, so the answer is'zero'. But if the person leaving you an inheritance had this moneyin another State or nation and was subject to taxation there, thatother state or nation may impose inheritance tax if it has it. USFederal taxes will only apply for est…ates worth well over $ 5million. ( Full Answer )
The South Carolina sales tax rate is currently 6% . However,in South Carolina, each county, city and special district can addsales taxes on top of the state rate.