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Home Ownership in Clearwater : Real Estate Advice

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MCM_STL, Home Buyer in Saint Louis, MO
Thu Mar 24, 2016
MCM_STL answered:
You were never protected by the lender. They just collected the premiums from you and paid your insurance on your behalf so they could be certain their collateral was properly insured.

Once you no longer have a mortgage, insurance becomes optional. You can choose not to insure your house. It's stupid unless you're pretty wealthy but you are free to do it. Otherwise, you just pay your insurer directly just like you do with auto, life, potentially health and any other insurance you have.
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stephen.safe…, Both Buyer and Seller in Clearwater, FL
Wed Jun 25, 2014
stephen.safetyharbor answered:
I am paying $287 for 1,015 sq ft 2 bedrooms two baths. And the association is great, huge swimming pool, nice clubhouse and tennis courts too.
It is being totally renovated and will be available for sale in July with porcelain tile throughout, all new bathrooms. all new kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances, great granite and new Merlot cabinets. ... more
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Dottie Plumm…, Real Estate Pro in Clearwater, FL
Sun Feb 9, 2014
Dottie Plummer asked:
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