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What type of insurance is sometimes used to guarantee payment of mortgage in case the insured dies?
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Asked in Insurance, Loans, Mortgages, Money Management
Which type of insurance is sometimes used to guarantee the payment of a mortgage in case the insured dies?
Asked in Federal Loans and Mortgages
How can you find out if your mortgage is insured by fannie may or Freddie mac?
Asked in Insurance, Life Insurance
Is Life Insurance Company of the Southwest FDIC insured?
Asked in Mortgage Insurance
Does mortgage insurance pay off mortgage for inheritors?
Mostly, mortgage insurance plans are made to protect the home of the insured, if they fall ill, meet an accident or discontinue their job due to some reasons. Even if they pass away while the mortgage insurance is active, the inheritors don't have to pay for anything and the insurance provider takes care of the pending mortgage debt as that family members can live in their home happily. Hence, the short answer is Yes, they do. If you are willing to know more about mortgage protection insurance, you can visit optinsure.com for the same.
Is Mortgage Protection Life Insurance a good idea?
Mortgage Protection Life Insurance is a good idea if you want to protect your mortgage. It pays the outstanding balance of your mortgage if the mortgagor (insured person) dies. Mortgage protection life insurance coverage is usually in the form of decreasing term insurance, with the amount of coverage decreasing as the outstanding mortgage debt decreases. Usually, the proceeds of the mortgage protection life insurance are paid to the beneficiary, which is the mortgage company holding the mortgage loan. Some people choose instead to buy level term life insurance in the amount of the mortgage, and the benefits are paid to the insured's beneficiary (family member), who in turn can use the proceeds for any reason, including to pay the mortgage.
Asked in Insurance, Mortgage Insurance
What is mortage insurance?
The term Mortgage Insurance can mean different things to different people and in a variety of situations. I have heard it refer to life insurance designed to pay off a mortgage balance due to death of an insured person. another type of Mortgage Insurance is products such a PMI, which indemnifies a bank or mortgage company in the case of a default on a mortgage loan. In this type of mortgage insurance the person who takes out the loan pays the premiums through their house payments, but will not receive any benefit from the insurance as the only one who gets paid is the bank or mortgage company. The insurance company can then still come after the borrower for the amount of their loss.
Asked in Insurance, Life Insurance, Loans, Mortgages
What is mortgage life insurance?
Mortgage insurance is mortgage insurance, usually sold to the applicant at the closing of the purchase of a house. At the title company. It has nothing to do with life insurance, per se, because upon death of the insured, the LOAN is paid off. The survivor RECEIVED NO CHECK. Life insurance, on the other hand, has nothing to do with mortgage insurance. Upon death of the insured, the SURVIVOR, not the title company, receives a check for the amount of the death benefit. You cannot find the word mortgage on what is euphemistically called by the agent "MORTAGE LIFE INSURANCE". The same answer applies, in general, to the question what is term life insurance. Mortgage life insurance Mortgage life insurance is a form of decreasing term life insurance. It pays off your mortgage if you die. Mortgage life insurance is often confused with Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI). You buy mortgage life voluntarily to protect your survivors from having to make the monthly payments. But with Private Mortgage Insurance, lenders require you to buy a policy in order to protect them (the lenders) against the possibility that you will default on the debt. Mortgage life insurance is a life insurance policy that one would take out on themselves or another person involved in a mortgage take out on a home or business so that if they should die the mortgage can be paid off. As the amount of the mortgage is paid down the amount of life insurance received is lowered. This type of life insurance will never pay more than the amount of the remaining mortgage. Given the relatively low cost of term life insurance on a healthy person, one might consider buying a decreasing term life insurance policy at the inception of the mortgage, rather than as part of the real estate transaction. The trick is to correlate the period of the decreasing term with the amortization of the mortgage.
Can you explain life insurance in very simple terms?
Very basically, insurance is a contract (called an insurance policy) between one party (the insurance company) and another (the insured). In the case of life insurance, it is a life that is being insured. In return for the periodic payment of money (called a premium) to the insurance company, the insurance company agrees to pay a sum of money when the insured (whose life is insured) dies. The money is generally paid to the person (or sometimes an entity, such as a charity) that is designated in the insurance policy as the beneficiary. The beneficiary is designated by the insured when the insured buys the insurance but can usually be changed up until the time of death.
Asked in Homeowner's Insurance
Who pays the insurance on the home when its owner financing?
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just bought a house 1 year ago and they never insured the mortgage now we have to find our own. Where do we look?
Asked in Definitions, Homeowner's Insurance
What is surplus lines insurance?
Surplus Lines Insurance is insurance that is not written through the admitted market. The insurance companies that are approved to write Surplus Lines business are not considered "admitted" or "licensed" by the states. The insured is not covered by the state Guarantee fund which means that if a surplus lines insurer becomes insolvent; the insured has no recourse in the event of a claim.
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How do I go about getting business insurance cheap?
Asked in Homeowner's Insurance
Can you buy the amount of homeowner insurance you want?
Insured Property Valuation In the united States there are two valuations that can be used to purchase your homeowners insurance coverage. ACV (Actual Cash Value) or RC (Replacement Value). If you are wanting to insure just the amount you we on a finance or mortgage note, That would be called mortgage insurance, not homeowners insurance. .
Asked in Professional Liability Insurance
What is Professional Liability insurance and named insured?
Professional Liability Insurance, sometimes called E&O insurance covers judgments, settlements and the costs of legal defense that may arise from the conduct of your profession or the professional services you provide to your clients. The named insured is the professional who purchased the insurance policy.
Asked in Banking
What is the word for taking money out of the bank?
withdraw or withdrawal Bank of America was taking $ 304.00 out of my mortgage payment every month for my mortgage insurance. I had no mortgage insurance on my FHA loan. Bank of America could not give the money to HUD because my loan was not insured. So why was Bank of America taking the money without my permission. Bank of America was aware my loan was not insured, but they money was continually being taken out of my loan payment illegally. Robert
If your home owners insurance is part of your mortgage payment and you stop paying your mortgage what happens to your insurance coverage?
Once you have defaulted on your mortgage or have gone into foreclosure all your rights on the homeowners policy are null and void. all rights of recovery revert to the Mortgage company. Basically you become uninsured and the mortgage company remains insured through the policy term. Also if the policy gets cancelled due to the foreclosure any refunds belong to the mortgage company.
Who is NOT an insured on a homeowner policy?
What is the difference between a company that is fully insured and one that is self insured?
A company that is fully insured goes to an insurance company and buys insurance. A company that is self insured does not buy insurance and plans to pay any claims out of the companies "pockets". For instance, if you own a home but choose not to buy home insurance, you are self insured if you should have a fire.