If Your Home Is Destroyed in a Natural Disaster, What Happens to Your Mortgage?

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Mortgage and Lending with Chris Brown | Certified Mortgage Planners NMLS 303797

When you’ve been in your home for a while and have established a certain amount of equity, it can be a good feeling to know that you have an investment you can count on. However, with changing weather patterns you may be afraid of a natural disaster striking and what it could mean for your financial well-being. If you’re curious about how this can impact your mortgage, here are a few things to consider. Continue here: If Your Home Is Destroyed in a Natural Disaster, What Happens to Your Mortgage?

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Something no one ever wants to consider....but should !

Mar 09, 2017 05:01 AM #1
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So... what does happen? I don't see an answer anywhere, even in your link. Maybe you want to repost this with a full explanation in your post. And make sure you're not just advertising.

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