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Uncovering Natural Disaster Insurance Gaps

The consumer question at bay, do insurance companies cover natural disasters?  The answer is, there is no single insurance policy specifically labeled for natural disasters, but there are homeowners insurance plans that cover several types of potentially home-damaging catastrophes.   ...

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Fannie Mae Executes $23.1B CIRT on Single-Family Loans

Fannie Mae announced the execution of its fourth Credit Insurance Risk Transfer (CIRT) transaction of 2022. Dropping nearly 12% from the first transaction of $26 billion executed in February, Fannie Mae will retain risk for the first 45 basis points ...

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Another Strong Year Ahead?

First American Financial Corporation released First American’s proprietary Potential Home Sales Model (PHSM) for March 2022, showing that potential existing-home sales decreased to a 5.97 million seasonally adjusted annualized rate (SAAR) — a 3.2% month-over-month decrease. The market potential for ...

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Spring Buying Season Starts Strong

According to the RE/MAX National Housing Report for March 2022, March home sales jumped 32.2% over February, posting a report record median sales price of $360,000. As buyers continued to outnumber sellers, the monthly supply of inventory reached a record ...

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