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Sun Aug 10, 2014
Ernie Behrle answered:
Here in NC and from other similar questions I've seen answered in other states, the answer is about the same. The disclosure isn't really worth much. The sellers typically are not held accountable for how they fill it out. When it becomes touchy is if you can prove the listing agent may have known about it and didn't disclose it. Your best bet is to consult with the attorney that closed the property. I would think something like that should have been public knowledge and certainly disclosed. ... more
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Fri Jun 17, 2011
Shane Milne answered:
You have many sources for referrals to a good homeowners insurance agent:

1. Your own auto/life insurance agent
2. Your real estate agent, if you are using one
3. Your mortgage loan officer, if you are using one and they do business in your state often
4. Family members who have homeowners insurance, or auto or life insurance, and think highly of their agent
5. Co-workers in the same category as #4
6. Your new next door neighbors
7. Also your closing attorney (I forgot you were in NY)

http://www.ins.state.ny.us/hmonindx.htm & http://www.ins.state.ny.us/homeown/pdf/homeins_shopguide.pdf are two good resources/reads also - but they won't provide you "quotes", just good information on how to shop for homeowners insurance.
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Wed Jun 1, 2011
Patrice answered:
I gave lots of detail, but didn't answer your question.

The gift funds need to be in your account before the closing date can be scheduled. These funds are part of the total necessary to close. The underwriter needs to verify everything is ready, then change the status of your loan to, as they say.... Clear to close. That's when the attorney schedules the closing. ... more
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Mon May 12, 2008
Cindy Nagle answered:
You can go to http://www.ongov.net to learn about the area and school districts. I would also suggest going directly on the websites provided by the schools.
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