Tag: Homeowners Insurance

Is Flood Damage Covered By My Homeowners Insurance?

From extreme flash floods to powerful winds, storms have recently torn through many states. Whether you live somewhere that only gets a few inches of rain or somewhere that receives rain in torrents, you might be wondering if your Homeowners

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Homeowners Insurance: Do You Need Ordinance or Law Coverage?

Many people wrongly assume that when a Homeowners Insurance claim is paid out that it will cover everything. If you purchased a million-dollar home, then had to rebuild it after a catastrophic loss, you may think your coverage will deliver that same

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What Do I Do If My House Is Broken Into?

If you’ve just Googled something like the question above and found us, chances are that you are shaken up because your home has been vandalized or you suspect someone has broken into it. You’re not alone. An estimated 3.7 million home burglaries

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Will I Save Money if I Buy a Solar Panel System for My Home?

Solar panels have become more aesthetically pleasing, easier to install and more affordable since they first become available. They have also become more popular among homeowners because they are environmentally friendly. Many people who invested in solar panels will also tell

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Can Your Apartment or Home Save You Money in Taxes?

Most homeowners know that they can receive certain tax deductions on a home that renters simply can’t. Still, some homeowners are confused about how much they can benefit from owning a home. The new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is making

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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 Safety: Keeping Your Car and Home Safe from Thieves and Vandals

Insurance companies see many claims during the holiday season. If it’s not a kitchen fire, there are items stolen out of a car or gifts stolen from beneath a beautiful Christmas tree. It’s unfortunate, but even though this is the season

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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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18 Things You Didn’t Know Are Covered by Homeowners Insurance

Most people know that they are covered by homeowners insurance in the case of theft and vandalism but did you know that that includes jewelry, art and other similar valuables? That’s right: it’s not just furniture that’s covered by a

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Now What? Someone Got Hurt in My House!

On average about 1 out of 10 people file an injury claim at some point in their lives. Injuries in the home are often the problem. So, before you freak out about someone getting hurt in your home, it’s good

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