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Lender:

"Our condolences. Now, you've got 90 days to drag that ****ebox back on its footers and get a payment in the mail!!!"

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Not necessarily a bad thing. Once insurance comes in a totals it all out, they might get paid off.

From what I was taught from a wise old insurance sage, they'd be better of rebuilding the home. Staying in a hotel till its done and ALE paid to help them get back on their feet.

New house, probably new job.
 

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Funny you should mention that. We used to do insurance loss inspections for a lot of big lenders. We noticed that many of the claims were filed by owners who were in default on their mortgages. Some were bogus. Many of those properties ended up on our trashout lists months later.
 

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Funny you should mention that. We used to do insurance loss inspections for a lot of big lenders. We noticed that many of the claims were filed by owners who were in default on their mortgages. Some were bogus. Many of those properties ended up on our trashout lists months later.

AND think...the contractor doing the work on the "in default" home will be shorted on the final payout to pay for the loan payments that are behind. :censored:

Try collecting from the homeowner? Not a chance.

Put a lein on home? In my State a foreclosure "goes around leins" till the house is sold to a new buyer, than the purchaser has to pay the lein IF they want to acquire a loan BUT if the home is purchased by an investor with CASH then they don't have to payoff the lien. Basically the lein sits till someone buys with a loan. TIME consuming :furious:
 
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