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Hazard Insurance
Updated
January 19, 2023
According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, hazard insurance is a word that is occasionally used to describe the coverages that home insurance offers for specific hazards (CFPB). If you hear the term "hazard insurance," it most likely refers to a homes insurance policy. Fire, theft, and vandalism are significant risks (also known as perils) commonly covered by home insurance.
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