You can also ask for a list of the reasons a home was denied for insurance from the insurance carrier that denied the coverage. A lot of times, you can spend a small amount of money to fix the items that are on the denial list, and then submit a rebuttal with proof (photos of the corrections) that the item has been fixed and the insurance carrier will re-consider the coverage.
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Your best resource is a company called Sussman Insurance. (see below) Ask for Karl Sussman. Depending on what you are looking for, he will either service you or provide a referral to someone who will. Extremely well connected and very responsive. Good Luck.
Afunguy you should not have trouble getting insurance. There are companies that write insurance for distressed properties every day. They will charge about 4-5 times what you would expect to pay for insurance because the property in no owener occupied and as a distressed property it is an atractive nusiance.