Property Owners: Your Lender Can Wipe Out Your Equity in One Move

The Right Contract Terms Will Mean the Difference After a Loss, Says Licata Risk in a New Article

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BOSTON, MA--(Marketwired - Aug 14, 2014) - You buy a property and the lender imposes heavy insurance requirements on you. That's ok, they care as much about the property as we do, you think. You have visions of using all those good claim proceeds to restore the property to its prior glory after a loss.

But, can the lender take the claim funds, pay off the loan and walk away. Unfortunately, YES. The problem is in the "Casualty & Condemnation" section of the loan agreement.

See http://licatarisk.com/cms/risk-management-news-and-reports for a free copy of the article.

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