Federal agency is slow to act on controversial homeowners insurance coverage

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Federal Housing Finance Agency has not taken action on force-placed insurance The Federal Housing Finance Agency has pledged to make changes to a controversial type of homeowners insurance coverage, but has yet to actually take any action on the matter. The agency’s director told the Senate Banking Committee this week that the agency was making progress in addressing the issue of force-placed insurance, but none of the agency’s plans have gone into effect yet. Force-placed insurance has become a controversial topic in the U.S., with many consumers and state officials…

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Force placed insurance regulations to be altered in the United States

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The FHFA now intends to ban mortgage lenders from being able to receive payments. The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) is now working to ban mortgage companies from being able to receive lucrative payments in order to arrange for forced placed insurance on behalf of homeowners in certain situations, such as when an existing policy has been allowed to lapse or has gone unpaid, against the agreement of the loan. The U.S. housing regulator is working to stop this controversial payments practice from continuing. Government officials have revealed that force…

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Federal Housing Finance Agency reveals strategy to boost business

The Paragon Report has now been released, providing an analysis of the opportunities for investment in the property and casualty insurance industry as well as MGIC Investment Corporation and Radian Group , Inc. equity research. Earlier in September, the acting director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), Edward DeMarco, gave a number of different explanations of the ways in which there would be changes to the conservatorship of the Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs). Some of those changes included a new method for decreasing the exposure to long-term risk by…

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