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A lot of homeowners, especially those who just purchased a new home, are usually confused about the term Insurance Binder. To be very simple about it, a Homeowners Insurance Binder is a temporary document which acts as your insurance policy while the actual policy has not yet been completed. The sole purpose is to verify that the property is insured with a specific insurance company.
Homeowners insurance is a package policy. This means that it covers both damage to property and liability or legal responsibility for any injuries and property damage policyholders or their families cause to other people. This includes damage caused by household pets.
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Whether buying a home or refinancing, an appraisal is a significant step in the process. Read on to learn more about what an appraisal is, how the process works, how much it costs and what to do after the results of the appraisal come in.
Before you buy a home, one of the things you should do is to have it checked out by a professional home inspector. Yes, we can hear your objection: "Buying a home is expensive enough as it is! Why would I choose to fork over hundreds more if I'm not required to?" In this article, we'll delve into what a home inspection can reveal and whether it's worth the investment.
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First of all, I want to tell a story. My husband & I decided to drive up to Ruidoso last Sunday, just to get away and relax and have dinner. We are always interested in "distressed properties" so we found a nice shady place by the river and used our insanely expensive app to look up a few properties, so we could drive by and check them out. I love dogs and I'm a very outgoing "people person", so when I saw a couple enjoying their day, walking the most beautiful large breed of dog I've seen in a while, I had to roll down my window and talk to them about the dogs. What an amazing encounter with these folks (and their English Golden Retrievers) we had. Great people, with great information for SE New Mexico. What we found out from this near-retiring oil executive and his wife, who live in Carlsbad, is that..... and I quote..... "even if the whole oil industry tanked, this part of the country would be the last to be effected, because the reserves we're finding are so vast".
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