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Posted on: 08th Aug, 2005 03:54 am
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Posted on: 16th Aug, 2005 03:58 am
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Posted on: 15th Oct, 2005 08:52 pm
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Posted on: 16th Oct, 2005 08:37 pm
My hazard insurance just increased by $1000. What is the minimum insurance I can purchase to satisfy my lender.
Posted on: 23rd May, 2006 08:02 am
The minimum amount will depend on your loan type and amount. You lender will tell you the exact amount you have to purchase.

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Posted on: 23rd May, 2006 08:32 am
Hi Oliver,

Welcome to MortgageFit Forums.

Actually the basis of calculating hazard insurance depends on certain factors, It depends indirectly on the loan type and amount as Mac said.

Premiums for hazard insurance are normally calculated on the basis of appraised value of the property, age and condition of the property and some other factors. On that basis the loan amount is also calculated.

Some of the known hazards are also taken into consideration. You may save some money on the premiums by not adding the type of insurance, on more common hazards based on the area, to a comprehensive policy, since the damage may be covered without the requirement for an additional policy.

You can contact your lender or a good broker with all the detail to find out the minimum premium that is required.

God bless you.

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Samantha
Posted on: 23rd May, 2006 09:09 am
sent my question in and did not get a reply thank you
Posted on: 18th Jun, 2006 03:56 am
Hi Dottie,

We feel sorry for your inconvenience. Actually this is an open community where anybody can freely voice out his opinion. But unfortunately it's weekend and probably that is why there aren't much views and opinions about your query. Even some of our moderators may have been on a holiday. So kindly bear with us.

You must have seen Adonis answering your query. You will get supplementary information from my answer just below the post there.

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Jessica.
Posted on: 18th Jun, 2006 08:53 pm
Hi Niiicss,

you have got very good picture in your profile. I like it!

So nice!!
Posted on: 13th Mar, 2007 01:23 am
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