Category: Homeowners Insurance

Top 10 Ways to Bring Down Your Auto Insurance Rate in 2018

Many people’s auto insurance rates went up in 2017, with the exception of those who gained just enough experience to lower their new-driver rates, which are always the highest. While many people gripe about greed on the part of insurance companies,

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Holiday Shopping Safety: Keep Your Car & Home Safe from Thieves

Insurance companies see many claims during the holiday shopping season. Items get stolen out of cars or even from beneath your beautiful Christmas tree. Even though it’s the season for giving, it’s unfortunately, also the season for taking. There are a few steps

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Holiday Cooking Stress: How Do I Put Out a Kitchen Fire?

The question really should be, “How do I prevent a kitchen fire?” It’s much easier and less costly to maintain a clean and safe kitchen than it is to replace burnt out appliances or, worse yet, have your home burn

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Earthquake Insurance: What to Do Before an Earthquake Strikes

Some people who live in earthquake-prone areas don’t think about when the next big earthquake is coming. While it does little good to live anxiously expecting the worst to happen, it is a wise idea to look at your Earthquake Insurance

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Catastrophic Insurance: What Is and Is Not Included in Your Homeowners Insurance Policy

Many people don’t understand what is not included on their standard Homeowners Insurance policy until it’s too late. Some homeowners only think short-term and opt for the minimum requirements on their mortgage. While there’s no one type of catastrophic insurance that

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Everything You Need to Know About Protecting Your Second Home

People buy second homes for a variety of reasons. Some want a vacation home where they like to visit yearly or even several times a year. Others invest in a rental property as a second source of income. A second

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Smart Homes: Has the Future Already Arrived?

Only a year ago, the thought of locking up your home (or unlocking it) remotely seemed like something out of the future. Now, people are even controlling their temperature and watching footage of their homes while they’re away. It really

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10 Reasons You Need A Renters Insurance Policy

Just because your landlord has insurance, doesn’t mean you don’t need Renters Insurance. You shouldn’t assume that if something terrible happens, like a fire or flood, that Landlord Insurance will cover you and your belongings. In fact, some cities require

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The Coverage Cycle: All the Insurance You Need in a Lifetime

You may wonder why it’s better to go through an insurance agency rather than going directly to a carrier. Well, one of the main reasons is because everyone needs different types of insurance at different stages in their lives. A

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It’s Tornado Season – Are You Prepared?

A tornado is simply air spinning while in contact with both the Earth and a cloud in a collision of cold and warm winds. Tornados can be big or small and they come in many different shapes, not just the

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