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Harbor LineAn arbitrary line set by authorities on navigable rivers, beyond which wharves and other structures may not be built. Also designated as line of navigation.
Hazard InsuranceReal estate insurance that protects against damages caused to property by fire, windstorms and other common hazards.
HeirOne who might inherit or succeed to an interest in land of an individual who dies without leaving a will (intestate).
Home Equity Conversion MortgageA reverse or reverse annuity mortgage in which HUD through FHA guarantees that the borrower will receive monthly payments from the insurer (FHA) in the event the lender is unable to make payments to the borrower.
Home Repair LoanA loan used for repairs and additions to existing structures without affecting existing mortgage. Typically 10 years or less in length. May also be called a "Home Improvement Loan".
Homeowner's InsuranceReal estate insurance protecting against loss caused by fire, some natural causes, vandalism, etc., depending on the terms of the policy. Also includes coverage such as personal liability and theft away from home.
HomesteadThe dwelling (house and contiguous land) of the property owner. Some states grant statutory protection for homestead property against the rights of creditors. Property tax exemptions are also available in some states.
HUDU.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The federal department responsible for the major housing programs in the United States, such as FHA.
HUD 1A form settlement (closing) statement required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) where federally related mortgages are being made on residential properties. It is a balance sheet showing the source of funds and the distribution of funds in connection with the purchase and/or mortgaging of residential property. 

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