Do I have to cancel my homeowners insurance if I sell my house?

January 19, 2014
By theinsurancepedia

If you want to cancel the homeowners insurance we can able to cancel it by the particular insurance company will cancel it. The home buyers may be wondering if they made the right decision or about the making of their payment for new mortgage payment. The sellers may be worrying about all the paperwork on both ends being submitted and the company will see the house and approved, and about moving into their new home. Closing on a home means that the sale is complete and all the terms and conditions you should read first and then you can cancel my be home owners insurance. Then the purchase agreement have been met and the sellers give the buyers marketable to the property, closing the insurance for the new customers then the insurance can we able to put new my the new owner only. On the average cost for the insurance can close from the range from the three percent to five percent of the total insurance it cannot be return.

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2 Responses to Do I have to cancel my homeowners insurance if I sell my house?

  1. Frederick on July 3, 2014 at 7:46 am

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