Force placed insurance settlement achieved in New York

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The state has reached a decision to help to prevent future questionable practices in the industry. New York has faced a number of financial industry questionable practices in recent years and, among them, has been the issues with force placed insurance, where homeowners have found that they were paying far more than they would if they had found the coverage on their own. The coverage is purchased by mortgage lenders on behalf of homeowners that have let their policies lapse. The primary struggle that was faced in the force placed…

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Homeowners insurance checks to be expedited by New York Banks

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Financial institutions within the state are making efforts to try to issue the payments more quickly. The New York Department of Financial Services has announced that five of the largest banks and mortgage service institutions within the state have assigned reps to help to make the homeowners insurance cash settlements more quickly throughout this week for the Sandy claims that have remained unpaid. There have been a number of different locations established in which those representatives can be contacted. The reps are available to homeowners insurance customers at various Disaster…

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Homeowners insurance rates will likely rise in New York

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Following the destruction that the state has faced, experts feel that premiums will be headed skyward. Experts are now saying that well after the gas lines have been repaired and electricity has been fully restored, New Yorkers will continue to feel the pain felt from the massive superstorm Sandy as it sends their homeowners insurance premiums higher. Predictions have placed payments from private insurers between $10 and $20 billion for the storm. The damages from the winds, alone – not to mention the flooding – has placed this most recent…

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