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When Lisa purchased her house, the mortgage lender required her homeowner's insurance to cover 100% of the loan amount. After many years, Lisa paid off her mortgage. If Lisa decided to comparison shop for homeowner's insurance now, what should the insurance coverage amount be based on…
a. the original cost to build the house
b. the appraisal value of the house
c the cost to rebuild the house
d. the original cost to build the house

asked by Jamye
  1. And your answer is?

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. the appraisal value of the house

    posted by Jamye
  3. Are you sure it's not the cost to rebuild? What does your text say?

    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. 58

    posted by Anonymous
  5. b

    posted by Anonymous
  6. huncho foreign

    posted by huncho bean
  7. tu

    posted by tyu
  8. 800

    posted by Anonymous
  9. Bee

    posted by Kancho
  10. yeet

    posted by yeet
  11. e

    posted by ooke

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