A house’s claim history can increase premiums for future coverage – or even kill a deal if it has issues that cause insurers to consider it an unacceptable risk.
MBA: Demand for adjustable-rate mortgages has reached a 14-year high. At the beginning of the year, ARMs made up 3% of all loans; now it’s 11%.
Real estate historically swings from a buyer’s market to a seller’s market, and early 2022 signs suggest it’s moving toward a more balanced market.
Policies under FedNat Insurance Company and sister companies Maison and Monarch National will cancel in June, according to terms of a consent order.
Florida Realtors’ can’t-miss event Aug. 24-25 offers success strategies, networking and more – like keynote speaker and icon Martha Stewart. Register now.
Online buyers will soon feel as if they’re flying a drone over a potential home. It’s only in a few cities so far, but with plans to expand over time.
Citizens, the Fla.-operated “insurer of last resort,” OK’d a $1M settlement with Coral Gables’ Strems Law Firm after alleging its actions pushed up insurance costs.
Some sellers hear about today’s bidding wars and pre-emptively overprice their home, only to feel shame – “What’s wrong with my house?” – if no bids come in.
Documents available in Spanish cover info about the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act and the Truth in Lending Act.
Noting that Anywhere ends in “re” for real estate, Realogy says the new branding will “rename and rebrand the company” and “reinforce our commitment” to the future.