So you purchased your East Valley home with a 80/20 loan so you would not have PMI. Now you need to sell your home and you find out the PMI company is asking for a cash contribution or a note for $10,000 to be signed. Why is that?
Well it turns out that investors who purchased your mortgage didn’t trust you so they purchased PMI for them. That is all well and good, and allowed, but that PMI company is not allowed to ask you for a contribution. Well they can, but they are not supposed to.
When they do this it is called 3rd party bad faith. The problem, even through you are right it is going to be more expensive to fight it than just pay it. I think this is going to end up leading to a class action law suite.