One-click to shop for home insurance

Comparity simplifies home insurance for LendingQB lenders and their clients.

Comparity is LendingQB’s official partner for home insurance. We’re integrated with LendingQB’s loan origination software to make it easy for lenders to help their clients buy home insurance and keep track of necessary insurance documentation for their closings.

Send email to integrations@lendingqb.com to request the Comparity home insurance integration.

Press Release: Comparity partners with Texas-based LendSmart

3 Reasons Homebuyers Shop for Insurance

Most people are surprised when home insurance becomes an impediment to buying a home. Here are three reasons homebuyers shop for home insurance when buying a home. Mortgage lenders and homebuyers take note. Don’t let these home insurance issues catch you off guard.

1. First Time Homebuyer

iStock_000009547039Large.1This seems obvious but don’t take it for granted. Any experienced loan officer or experienced homeowner knows that buying the home is at the top of a long list of things first time homebuyers are doing for the first time. First time homebuyers don’t think about home insurance until loan officers mention it. When a first time homebuyer is ready to shop for insurance they don’t know how. Many people start with the company that insures their parents. But that can lead to another reason homebuyers shop for home insurance.

2. Underwriting Restrictions

maxresdefaultInsurance carriers have underwriting restrictions that prevent them from insuring various properties and people. Both first time and experienced homebuyers alike can be taken by surprise when they shop with a single carrier only to be rejected by that carrier’s underwriting restrictions. Underwriting restrictions are numerous and vary by company. For example, some carriers won’t insure homes past a certain age, homes close to a coast, or homes with certain features. Restrictions are too numerous to list. The best way to avoid getting caught by restrictions is to shop as many carriers as possible.

3. Debt-to-Income Ratio

DebtToIncomeGovernment regulations require that homebuyers maintain a prescribed debt-to-income ratio when buying a home. The price of home (hazard) insurance is a required element in debt-to-income calculations for home mortgages. When homebuyers don’t shop for home insurance they risk loan rejection due to home insurance premiums that are too high. The situation naturally leads to price-driven home insurance shopping which can undermine the buyer’s protection unnecessarily. By shopping multiple carriers at once you can compete on price without sacrificing coverage.

Comparity makes shopping for insurance easy for homebuyers and mortgage lenders

When mortgage lenders and homebuyers use Comparity to shop for home insurance they avoid the consequences of not knowing how to shop home insurance. Even better, mortgage lenders who use Comparity get added benefits that matter in the closing process – like evidence of insurance delivery per loan and a single access point for home insurance on all in-process loans.

 

Comparity for Mortgage Lenders

Tidewater Mortgage Bankers Association Mixer

We had a good time with our friends from Flood Mitigation Hampton Roads at the Tidewater Mortgage Bankers Association mixer on Wednesday night. The event was hosted at the iconic O’Connor Brewing Company. We appreciate the TMBA events because they are a good opportunity for us to connect with area home lenders. COMPARITY is an easy, free service mortgage bankers can offer to their clients to ensure clients get the right coverage for the best price before closing. Here in our local market we also educate lenders and buyers about coastal flooding and weather related risks.

Use our referral link to start helping your clients get the right homeowner’s insurance coverage for the best price today:

https://comparityins.com/referredBy/