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Homeowner's Insurance What Policy Do You Actually Have? Oh man, if I had a dollar every time I hear folks aren't happy with the reimbursements from their insurance policy, I'd have a lot of dollars I don't want.  Look, I get it.  These contracts are incredibly complex with lots of big words. READ MORE >>

NATIONAL INSURANCE AWARENESS DAY How's your policy doing? Today is Insurance Awareness Day, and it serves as a reminder to review your policy or policies and make sure you: Understand your coverage. The coverage is still enough for your needs. READ MORE >>

Not too long ago, I was enjoying time with friends on their porch and I commented on the new holes in their lawn.  No, it wasn't gophers.  Turns out they had just had a terribly expensive surprise visit from the plumber due to their old pipes bursting.  It cost them a cool $10,000.   READ MORE >>

  Have you ever wondered what Umbrella Insurance is for? Below are a few reasons why you should consider covering yourself with an Umbrella policy. FILLS THE GAPS  Let’s say you are involved in a car accident and only have $300,000 in liability coverage on your auto policy, but you are sued for $500,000. READ MORE >>

What You Need to Know Before Buying Homeowners Insurance   Congratulations! You have finally found your dream home and you’re in the process of closing escrow, but have you done your research to see what insurance policy you should go with? READ MORE >>

Are you prepared for Spring?                    Winter has lasted long enough, and boy are we ready for warmer weather!  The real question is whether or not our homes are prepared for the increasing temperatures. READ MORE >>

Why You Should Read the Fine Print of Your Homeowners Insurance Policy                                       READ MORE >>

Dwelling Fire Or Homeowners Insurance - How To Determine The Right Type Of Policy     Determining if you need a dwelling fire policy or a homeowners insurance policy depends mainly on if you consider the home you want to insure as your primary residence. A primary residence is defined as a READ MORE >>

A common mistake made by landlords is not having the proper insurance to cover the rental property. The two types of insurance commonly used to insure a rental property are homeowner's insurance and landlord insurance. Although both policies provide coverage for the home, a landlord policy provides additional benefits not available from a homeowner's policy. READ MORE >>

Men may be more gullible when it comes to insurance myths than women but even women think a number of popular myths about insurance are true, according to a survey by online insurance seller insure.com. Insure.com said it recently surveyed 2,000 adults, half women and half men, from all regions of the country, asking them whether 10 insurance-related statements were true or false. READ MORE >>

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