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Residents of a Littleton housing development are upset their homeowner’s association will begin charging them to park on the street. Residents of a Littleton housing development are upset their homeowner’s association will begin charging them to park on the street. "There's not any room to park here. It's an alley," he said, pointing out the lack of driveways or space near homes. "That was one of my first questions, 'where is the access to parking? Where will our guests park?' The answer was street parking curbside on Channel Drive." Full story on Denver 7: 🤍
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Industry practitioners in lending and policy discuss the research and recommendations in the recently released paper “ADU Construction Financing: Opportunities to Expand Access for Homeowners.” The joint paper, produced by the UC Berkeley Terner Center for Housing Innovation and the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate, compiles national data and stakeholder interviews to provide a picture of the hurtles to financing and what barriers could be removed to bring ADU construction to scale. Included in the discussion: Recent updates to Freddie Mac’s ADU policies How friction during financing curtails homeowner commitment Appraisal gaps in accurately assessing ADU value The role contractors play in mitigating financial risk The importance of targeted consumer protections as more data emerges Paper Link: 🤍 Introduction and Sponsor Remarks: Richard K. Green (Director, USC Lusk Center for Real Estate) Amy Anderson (Senior Vice President, Wells Fargo Foundation) Racheal Meiers (National Leader, Economic Opportunity, Kaiser Permanente) Federal Context: Erika Poethig (Special Assistant to the President for Housing and Urban Policy, The White House Domestic Policy Council) Diane Slemmer (Single Family Affordable Lending Manager, Freddie Mac) Panel Discussion: Ben Metcalf (Managing Director, UC Berkeley Terner Center for Housing Innovation) Meredith Stowers (Branch Business Development Manager, Cross Country Mortgage, LLC) Susan Geddes Brown (Chief Executive Officer, Core SGB, LLC) Samar Jha (Government Affairs Director, AARP) Timestamps: 00:00 Introduction and Sponsor Remarks 05:57 Federal Context 28:42 Panel Discussion 53:22 Q+A 01:12:09 Closing Remarks More: 🤍
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On Saturday, several groups came together as part of a walk to end veteran suicide. Starting in Romare Bearden Park, people ranging from veterans to loved ones in military families took steps to show their calls for more help for those who served the United States. But there's a startling statistic that ties directly to veteran suicide: an estimated 1.3 million veterans in the U.S. are likely to lose their homes. The reason? A lack of financial resources for them. Community Link, a Charlotte non-profit focused on housing, wants to change that. Jesse Pierre shares more: 🤍
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From homeowners to lawyers to insurance companies themselves, the insurance crisis runs deep in Florida.
A new analysis by the Insurance Information Institute finds Floridians are paying property insurance premiums nearly three times the national average.🤍
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Skyrocketing homeowners insurance and failing insurance companies could cause Florida's property insurance market to collapse.
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Elizabeth Roche of Hudson paid her homeowners insurance of $800 a year for a decade before she saw what many Floridians have seen, homeowners insurance premiums on the rise.
This session, Green Homes: Retrofit Incentives for Homeowners, features the London Environmental Network program with Greener Homes London, provides attendees with valuable insight into sustainable changes homeowners can make to their homes and incentives and rebates available for this work.
Over the past year, more than 150,000 Florida homeowners have received non-renewal insurance letters.
When it comes to homeowners insurance in Florida, one expert said the market is not at its best level. "Havoc for homeowners, havoc for insurance companies, and havoc for insurance agents." Mark Friedlander from the Insurance Information Institute said 27 out of the 40 insurance companies in Florida are likely about to get downgraded in the rating given to them by an agency that has reviewed insurance companies in our state for nearly 30 years. For more: 🤍 ►Subscribe: 🤍 ►Website: 🤍 ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍
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We’ll cover how homeowner’s policy protect your home, your stuff, and the bad things that could happen to others because of you. Intro – 0:01 Fun Fact – 2:13 The beginnings of homeowners insurance Property Coverage Dwelling Coverage (Replacement Cost) – 4:03 Other Structures – 5:37 Personal Property – 7:01 Loss of Use (Additional Living Expenses) – 11:24 What Types of Bad Things are Covered? Perils – 13:01 Occurrence – 13:21 3 Types of Homeowners Policies – 14:13 Basic (HO1) – 14:12 Broad (HO2) – 14:58 Special (HO3) – 15:31 DOWNLOAD THE PERILS COMPARISON HERE: 🤍 Liability Coverage Homeowner’s Liability – 17:16 Medical Payments – 18:48 Some Endorsements Water & Sewer Back Up – 20:09 Natural Disasters – 21:45 Special Personal Property (HO5) – 23:11 Rookie Mistake – 24:21 Not taking the “extra package” There you have it! Entire course - 🤍 or right here - 🤍makeinsurancesimple.com Join the Facebook Group Here: 🤍 Learn more about us at: Our Site - 🤍shineinsurance.com Our Blog - 🤍shineinsure.com/blog Our Podcast - 🤍scratchentrepreneur.com Our Course - 🤍makeinsurancesimple.com
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Homeowners Insurance - The Ultimate guide! In this video I will give you all the home insurance tips you will need to get the best coverage and price for your home. This will be the ultimate guide to homeowner's insurance. Understanding homeowners insurance can be difficult to grasp if you're new to the home insurance game especially, when you're buying a house. I'll go in depth on the top 5 things you need to understand about homeowners insurance also known as, property insurance or dwelling. Lets discuss what to expect from an agent and how to get the best price along with, discounts you should look out for. I will go over the coverage of your policy and explain what each of them mean. Not sure what to do with your hazard insurance? Watch and comment with any questions you may have. Don't hesitate to compare agents and compare companies and compare advice, I challenge you to get smarter about your insurance. It will save you lots of time and money. If you want to support my channel beyond subscribing, consider buying me a cup of coffee: 🤍 Thanks fam!! Coverage mentioned: A) dwelling B) other structures C) Personal Property D) Loss if Use E) Personal Liability F) Medical Payments Discounts mentioned: * First time home buyer * Updated roof, plumbing, electrical, heater * Paperless * Paying in full yourself vs mortgage * Affinity group * High credit * Non smoker * Security system or smart home * Fire extinguisher and alarms * Hail resistant roof and storm shutters #homeinsurance #houseinsurance #insurance #homeinsurancetips #firsttimehomebuyer #homeinsurancetips home insurance tips Get your FREE Quote: 🤍 ————————————————————————— Follow Think Insurance for more savings ————————————————————————— Subscribe to Think Insurance: 🤍 Buy me a coffee: 🤍 Check out my website: 🤍 ————————————————————————— Popular and Related Videos ————————————————————————— Top insurance companies in 2021? 🤍 Understanding car insurance 101: 🤍 11 Ways to get cheaper car insurance: 🤍 Best Insurance for young drivers: 🤍 Understanding home insurance 101: 🤍 ————————————————————————— Think Insurance on Social Media ————————————————————————— Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 ————————————————————————— Think Insurance Legal ————————————————————————— DISCLAIMER: Please consult your agent before making any changes you feel you are not knowledgeable with. Due that the laws being different in each state, I am not responsible for any changes or updates that may have occurred after the making of this video. This video and description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I will receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support! Car insurance advice, car insurance, auto insurance, home insurance, homeowner’s insurance
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Ask This Old House host Kevin O’Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, and landscape designer Jenn Nawada discuss tools that make good gifts for new homeowners SUBSCRIBE to This Old House: 🤍 Cost: $5 and up Skill Level: Beginner Tools List for New Homeowners: Drill driver Level Tape measure Utility knife Screw driver set Wrench set Open-ended adjustable wrenches Plumber’s pliers Multi-tool Pruners Steps: 1. The team suggests analyzing the skillset of the person receiving the tools. Don’t get tools that are too advanced for the person to actually use. 2. Try to invest in as high quality tools as possible. They will last longer and give a higher quality result. 3. Tom’s picks: drill driver, level, tape measure, utility knife, set of screwdrivers. 4. Richard’s picks: wrench set, open-ended adjustable wrenches, plumber’s pliers, utility knife. 5. Jenn’s picks: pruners. Resources: Tom suggested that a drill driver, a level, a tape measure, a utility knife, and a set of screw drivers all are good tools for homeowners to have to tackle many small projects around the house. Richard’s picks included a wrench set, a couple open-ended adjustable wrenches, and plumber’s pliers. These few tools can handle almost all homeowner-friendly plumbing projects in a house. He also mentioned that one of his favorite tools is a multi-tool, since it can be used for just about anything. For landscaping, Jenn suggested getting a pair of high quality pruners that are tough enough to cut woody shrubs. This will make it easier to keep all the plants in the yard pruned so they are healthier and last longer. The team all agreed that the key to getting good tools is investing in as high quality ones as possible. They work better and will last for much longer. All of these suggestions can be found at home centers. About Ask This Old House TV: Homeowners have a virtual truckload of questions for us on smaller projects, and we're ready to answer. Ask This Old House solves the steady stream of home improvement problems faced by our viewers—and we make house calls! Ask This Old House features some familiar faces from This Old House, including Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, and landscape contractor Roger Cook. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 For more on This Old House and Ask This Old House, visit us at: 🤍 Tool Recommendations for New Homeowners | Ask This Old House 🤍
An ad circulating across social media claims the U.S. government is giving out checks to homeowners as part of a stimulus relief program it's fake.
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From western wildfires to east coast flooding, climate change is wreaking havoc on American homes. In this thrilling and emotional documentary, CNBC follows life after fire victim Jenna Johnson narrowly escaped California's deadliest and most destructive fire, the Camp Fire. Meanwhile, standing in his flooding garage, Miami Beach resident Curt Dyer debates raising his house 4 feet to escape the water. Watch the full documentary to see how climate change victims are trying to protect themselves and their homes. The rain fell steadily at Curt Dyer’s Miami Beach, Florida, home on a mid-July day this summer. He opened the door to the garage and pointed to the flood already collecting in his driveway. He said it wouldn’t be long until the whole garage flooded. Even though he faces daily nuisance flooding, the 30-year Miami Beach resident said he is not considering moving. “It’s paradise living here.” Dyer estimates he’s spending about $250,000 in renovation costs to make his home more resilient to flooding. While that figure includes some upgrades to the cabinetry in the kitchen, the main structural change will raise the driveway 3 feet and pitch it so water will flow into the street. He’s also raising his guest bedroom and bathroom 4 feet. Jesse Keenan, associate professor of real estate at Tulane University, says these types of resiliency fixes, which are primarily available to the wealthy, create a game of musical chairs with home equity. As long as homeowners like Dyer are able to sell their property at a higher price after resiliency investments, they come out on top. Eventually, however, a homeowner or bank could end up losing everything if a flood or other disaster destroys the house and makes the property unlivable. Over time, this risk will increase insurance rates and make it harder to get mortgages. “We anticipate a rapid decline in valuation,” Keenan told CNBC. “Only the wealthy can afford to live, for instance, in high-risk coastal areas, because everybody else can’t insure it and won’t be able to get a mortgage.” In fact, homes exposed to sea level rise sell for about 7% less than their unexposed counterparts, according to a study published in 2019 in the Journal of Financial Economics. That discount jumps to 10% when the owner of the property is not living there. Flooding is the most common and most expensive natural disaster in the U.S., according to FEMA. Ninety percent of all natural disasters in the U.S. involve flooding and just 1 inch of water can cause $25,000 of damage to a home. A 2018 Insurance Information Institute survey found that only 15% of American homeowners have flood insurance. Keenen fears all this combined will lead to a situation where only the wealthy will be able to protect themselves from climate danger. Dyer said registering his flood claims has been relatively simple but he and his husband are paying out of pocket for these major renovations. But it’s worth it to make his dream home complete, and he expects Miami Beach will continue to be livable for at least another 20 years. “If I didn’t have the resources and the capability to make the repairs, I would probably have no desire to live in these conditions in this environment. It would be unacceptable. But I do have the resources. I have the ability to make the correction. So I’m going to do it,” he said. » Subscribe to CNBC: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC TV: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC Classic: 🤍 About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: 🤍 Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Twitter: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Instagram: 🤍 Subscribe to CNBC PRO: 🤍 #CNBC Can U.S. Homes Survive Climate Change?
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Four armed intruders picked the wrong house in Bowling Green. Video from the Warren County Sheriff's Office shows four men breaking through the front door and walking into the home. They only make it to the front hallway before the homeowner shoots at them. All four men jump and run back out the door. The sheriff's office shared the video in hopes it will help catch the intruders. Sheriff Brett Hightower said the homeowner hurt his hand during the incident. If deputies find them, the suspects could face attempted murder and burglary charges. ►Subscribe: 🤍 ►Website: 🤍 ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 10News WTSP is the local CBS affiliate for Tampa Bay, Florida. We deliver the best in breaking news, live video coverage, and original journalism covering topics that matters most to Floridians. Subscribe for more; videos are updated daily!
In this video you get a quick homeowners insurance 101 to help you choose the right policy for your home! Now that the dust has settled, let's take a closer look at your home insurance with your guide to understanding homeowners insurance! #HowToUnderstandHomeownersInsurance 🆓 FREEBIE 🆓 📘 Download the FREE Home Buying Process 101 Infographic ➡️ 🤍 🔍 Get Connected with a TOP Real Estate Agent Near You 🔍 ➡️ 🤍 Or, if you're planning on buying or selling your home in the Las Vegas, NV region, let's connect: 🤍 Realtor Near Me Finder 👋 Join the Home Tribe Team! 🏡 ➡️ 🤍 #HomeTribeTeam ➜➜➜ SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS ➜➜➜ ✅ Subscribe & Tap the 🔔 icon to get Notified: 🤍 ✅ Watch Next ➜➜➜ 🤍 🚀 My mission is to help you take the guesswork out of real estate! On my channel, you'll find transparent content you can use to make well-informed decisions that are right for you for the reasons important to you! NOTE: To adjust video speed for your listening/ viewing pleasure, please use the settings icon on the bottom right of your screen. It looks like this ⚙️ 📢 Pro Tips 📢 What you'll learn: 1. Homeowners insurance explained! 2. Understanding homeowners insurance! 3. What does homeowners insurance cover! 📒 Show Notes 📒 1. 1:21 - Why do you need home insurance? 2. 2:39 - Understanding homeowners insurance policies! Find out what it covers and what it doesn't! 3. 4:39 - Homeowners insurance basics! Understanding homeowners insurance coverage with 16 distinct categories of a homeowners insurance policy. 4. 6:45 - Ask your insurance provider for other available options they provide to select the right coverages, deductibles, limits, etc.. for you! 5. 7:11 - Differences between "Replacement Value" vs "Actual Cash Value!" 6. 7:55 - Be sure you understand your deductibles and choose the right deductible amounts for you! 7. 8:22 - Choose your deductible amounts carefully! 8. 8:33 - How your homeowner insurance cost is calculated! ⚡️ COURSES: Take the guesswork out of buying a house! ➡️ 🤍 📱 Connect with Andrew Finney on Social Media: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 ❓ QUESTION - What would you like to watch next? Thank you for watching! =) Enjoy an amazing day! -Your Trusted Real Estate Advisor, Andrew Finney Contact info: Andrew Finney USMC Combat Veteran/ Trusted Real Estate Advisor License #S.0173260 Email: Andrew🤍AndrewFinneyTeam.com 🤍 King Realty Group 6955 N. Durango Dr. Suite 1004 Las Vegas, NV 89149 Designations- Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR) Sellers Representative Specialist (SRS) Certifications- Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Disclaimers/ Credits: At the time of production, Andrew Finney, S.0173260, is a real estate salesperson with King Realty Group (KRG) in Las Vegas, NV. Andrew's videos are his own and do not necessarily represent the views and/ or opinions of KRG. The purpose of Andrew's videos is to educate you and help you make sense of the real estate process. I am not a CPA, attorney, insurance, contractor, lender, or financial advisor. If you have questions about home loans, real estate, taxes, financial advice, real estate law, insurance, professional trades, or any other services, you are advised to reach out to the appropriate professional for further counsel about your own unique situation. The content in these videos shall not be construed as tax, legal, insurance, construction, engineering, health & safety, electrical, financial advice, or any other and may be outdated or inaccurate; it is your responsibility to verify all information for yourself. We have taken reasonable steps to check that the information in this video is accurate but we cannot represent that is free from error. Linked items may create a financial benefit for Andrew Finney Team. Any use of other media is by fair-use or license only. Awesome Music Courtesy of: Song: Syn Cole - Feel Good [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyRightSounds. Video Link: 🤍 Download this track for FREE: 🤍