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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Force placed insurance rules on their way to New York

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The state intends to implement some sizable and widespread regulations to this practice. Officials from New York have just proposed a new comprehensive list of rules in order to reform the practices of force placed insurance (also known as lender placed or creditor placed), for the industry within that state. These regulations are meant to help to make sure that the procedures will be kept free of abuse. This Department of Financial Services (DFS) in New York has stated that the regulations for force placed insurance are being designed in…

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