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Protect Your Belongings with Homeowner’s Insurance

Many individuals and families have many valuable items in their homes, such as large televisions, gaming consoles, computers, jewelry, furniture, and other various items that could potentially have high value. Valuable items aren’t always valuable monetarily, either. Sometimes, valuables may also be heirlooms and other family items passed down generation after generation. Protecting these assets …

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The Different Types of Homeowner’s Insurance Policies

Purchasing a home can be one of the biggest decisions a person has to make in their life. If that was not already hard enough, figuring out what type of home insurance policy to get is an equally tough choice. Depending on your personal preferences and lifestyle, figuring out what type of insurance policy to …

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What Information Do I need for a Homeowner’s Insurance Quote?

In order to obtain a homeowners insurance quote, there are several key pieces of information that you need to gather first. Without the following pieces of information, the quote may not be reliable. Most of the information that you need surrounds home details although some takes a little more thought such as how much coverage …

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What Perils Does Homeowner’s Insurance Cover?

Homeowners coverage differs by policy, so always be sure to check your own individual plan for specific coverage. This article answers general questions related to homeowners insurance of a primary dwelling, and not necessarily of other structures on your property. Generally, you can expect your homeowners insurance to cover damage from events like hurricanes, tornadoes, …

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What You Can Expect From Homeowner’s Insurance

The decision to purchase a home is one of the most important choices you will make in your lifetime. The decision to purchase homeowners insurance is one of the smartest. There are many things you can expect when getting ready to purchase homeowners insurance. First, you will most likely be asked to complete a questionnaire …

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When Should I Review My Homeowner’s Insurance Policy

It’s good to revisit your homeowner’s policy every couple of years. Most homeowner’s have their premium (the amount of money you pay for coverage) automatically deducted from an escrow account through their bank who holds their mortgage. It’s very easy to forget how much you are paying or what your coverage provides. If your credit …

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What Type of Homeowners Coverage Should I have if I Own a Swimming Pool?

If you are planning to install a swimming pool or your property, or if you already have one, there are several things to consider in order to protect your investment. There are certain risks that are exclusive to pool ownership that may fall outside of or within a standard homeowner’s policy. The issues associated with …

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Homeowners Hiring Roofing Contractors: What to Look Out For

Roofing renovations can be an expensive and stressful process, but it is vital for keeping your house secure and comfortable. The best way to keep down stress levels and avoid too many hidden costs is to hire a good contractor. Sometimes homeowners get lucky and hire someone who works hard and won’t try to rip …

Getting Insurance While Remodeling

Homeowners planning to undertake any sort of remodeling project need to make sure they (and their contractor) are properly insured. Sometimes this just means making sure the contractor has all the necessary insurance. However, when doing major remodeling projects that involve additions to the building, personal insurance often needs to be extended too. The best …

What All Homeowners Should Consider When Choosing A Kitchen Remodeling Contractor

Renovating a kitchen can be a stressful experience for many homeowners, which often serves as a deterrent to going through with it. It is important to remember that the end result will be worth it. To reduce stress in the short term, make sure to hire a good contractor. A good contractor will help to …