Affordable Texas Home Insurance

May 26, 2020 (0) comment  

Affordable Texas Home Insurance Quotes If you find yourself humming “Texas, our Texas,” then you’re probably looking for a way to save on your homeowners premiums in the Lone Star State. With affordable homeownership here in the second most populous state in the nation, many of the estimated 27,469,114 people that live here either live in a home or […]

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A Guide to Moving: Delaware

May 22, 2020 (0) comment  

So you’re considering a move to Delaware, but your knowledge of the state is as nonexistent as most other Americans. Don’t worry, friend, you’ve come to the right place. For both your curiosity and your convenience, we’ve compiled an informative, though goofy at times, little guide to all things Delaware. It includes what we think […]

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How Is Kentucky Homeowners Insurance Calculated?

May 21, 2020 (0) comment  

Kentucky House Insurance

How is Kentucky homeowners insurance calculated?Insurance carriers calculate the cost of a home insurance policy by asking “how likely is it that something bad will happen?” The more likely it is that something bad will happen, the more expensive the home insurance policy will be, and vice versa. We call these potential disasters “risk.” Let’s […]

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Insurance Drones Circling Your Texas Home?

May 19, 2020 (0) comment  

Texas Construction

How surprised will you be when you see an insurance drone circling your Texas home?Here is the thing: insurance companies paid out billions of dollars worth of hail & storm insurance claims so far this year. For example, here are some of the claims in Texas: San Antonio got hammered with grapefruit-sized hailstones up to […]

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Losing Rental Income Due To The Coronavirus

May 19, 2020 (0) comment  

Rental Income

As we find ourselves in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, a lot of questions are coming up in the insurance world with regards to whether insurance policies can provide any relief to landlords for the tenant’s inability to pay. It’s unfortunately quite sobering to think of how many people have lost their jobs due […]

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Does My Business Need Workers’ Compensation?

May 19, 2020 (0) comment  

Workers' Compensation

If you have a small business, you might wonder about workers’ compensation insurance. It’s one of the coverages that comes up a lot when business insurance becomes the topic of conversation. What’s the big deal about workers’ comp insurance? Why do you as a small business need workers’ compensation insurance? We’re going to explain what […]

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What does Colorado home insurance do?

May 19, 2020 (0) comment  

Best Nationwide Insurance Rates

Think of homeowners insurance as your financial backup plan for the times when bad things happen to your home unexpectedly. It’s important to protect one of your most prized possessions so you can bounce back financially when the going gets rough. Pays for repairs to your home and your belongings Example: A tree falls on your […]

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Alabama Homeowners Insurance

May 19, 2020 (0) comment  

Your home insurance gives you a backup plan in case a catastrophe strikes in your neighborhood. Whether it’s a fire, heavy winds or a burglary, you’re covered if you have a suitable Alabama homeowners insurance policy. Pays for repairs to your home and your belongings Example: A tree falls on your house, and rain ruins your […]

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Will Your Utility Bill Increase From Working At Home

May 05, 2020 (0) comment  

Will Your Electricity Bill Go up If You’re Working From Home? With more people working from home to help slow the spread of coronavirus, millions of Americans may see higher energy bills at the end of this month. Last week, Austin Energy sent about 33,000 Austin, Texas, residents emails warning them that they’ve used significantly […]

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Renters Insurance – What You Need To Know

May 05, 2020 (0) comment  

Why You Need a Renters Insurance Policy The average monthly premium for renters insurance is about $17 a month for $40,000 in personal property coverage, according to Insurance.com. Last fall, my worst fear as a renter became a reality: A pipe burst in the apartment directly above mine, flooding my apartment. What made the situation […]

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