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6 Types of Insurance For Natural Disasters

6 Types of Insurance For Natural Disasters

No matter where you live, natural disasters can occur suddenly and without warning. Your house could be at risk for flooding, fires, earthquakes, tornadoes, and everything else Mother Nature could throw your way. Without insurance to cover against these potential risks, you may not be able to recuperate from damages you might experience.


Steps Customers Should Take For Insurance Claims

Steps Customers Should Take For Insurance Claims

Need to file an insurance claim for damage to your home? Follow these steps to get started. 1. Contact.. Read More »


After A Hurricane: Things You Need to Know

After A Hurricane: Things You Need to Know

If you have been affected by a hurricane, know that the Mr. Cooper team is deeply committed and ready to.. Read More »


Disaster Forbearance Plan FAQs

Disaster Forbearance Plan FAQs

Q: What is a forbearance plan? A: A forbearance plan is a temporary suspension (or reduction) of your.. Read More »


What To Do After A House Fire

What To Do After A House Fire

If your home has been destroyed or damaged by a fire, you are likely feeling overwhelmed. It can be difficult.. Read More »


House Flood 101: How To Handle House Flood Repairs

House Flood 101: How To Handle House Flood Repairs

House floods can happen for a lot of reasons, including rising ground water, falling rain water, or a home.. Read More »


Use This Hurricane Supplies List To Build A Hurricane Survival Kit

Use This Hurricane Supplies List To Build A Hurricane Survival Kit

Hurricanes affect many parts of the United States each year, damaging homes and buildings, knocking out power.. Read More »


Tornado Safety: Things To Know Before A Tornado

Tornado Safety: Things To Know Before A Tornado

If a tornado is headed your way, you want to be properly prepared with tornado safety basics in mind. Here.. Read More »


How To Prepare For A Tornado

How To Prepare For A Tornado

Flowers are blooming, temperatures are rising, and the pollen count is up. Spring is well underway — which.. Read More »