Transactional Insurance

Transactional insurance is default insurance that borrowers typically pay for themselves. This is usually done when they are purchasing a home with less than 20% equity, but not always.

Transactional insurance differs from "portfolio" (a.k.a., "bulk") insurance, which lenders pay for to manage risk and lower funding costs.

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