Winner, Winner... Don't let the door hit you on the way out!
Greta, someone just shared this with me....relates to the insurance thing ok...Qualified buyers can say “Goodbye” to MI 👋🏼
When buying a home, mortgage insurance (MI) is typically not required if a buyer is making at least a 20% down payment. I'VE GOT GOOD NEWS. Now- qualified buyers who contribute at least a 15% down payment can say "Goodbye to MI” This can INCREASE your buying power and help keep your monthly payments affordable. Win: Win.⭐
For more info on my exclusive BYE BYE MI - Steph@ccm.com I have talked to this lady personally (she is in my neighborhood here in Portland) and she seems nice, but we haven't done any business.
We are on the save up for fire suppression equipment, rather than insurance page. Agree they will try to get us off private property. Stay sharp! Trust in God!!
Excellent article, and such a clear warning of things to come with insurance companies. Praying for you all as you double down where you are! God's plans are often hard to understand from our perspective.
Is there much you can do from a permaculture perspective to build firebreaks? Any keyline soil formation, or swales to build water storage as a break?
Wow! I would never have imagined something like NOT being able to get insurance - in a totally new, less risky area would be possible! As for life insurance premiums - yes - our LTC plan went up nearly 100%! Ugh… it’s not going to get any better now is it? Wake up world…. Thx for sharing your journey with us…. Hopefully we are all the wiser for it…. 💕
After 30+ years of paying my premiums, I tried to make a first claim on a pair of large broken windows. $1200 dollar bill, insurance can pay $300 (and they made it sound like a big favor). I know this pales in comparison to your experience, but what is the damn point of it. This was from Farmers Insurance. One thing I heard recently is that the Insurance companies must be getting huge kickbacks to remain so silent about the jab deaths. Insurance companies would likely be going bankrupt at this point, and none of them seem to be....hmmm.