Proof of homeowners' insurance is documentation (usually requested by a lender) that a homeowners' insurance policy has been secured that will cover the property being purchased from the moment the transaction closes. What constitutes this proof varies by situation, but a lender will spell out exactly what is required to satisfy this requirement.
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