With burglaries constituting approximately 50 percent of all on-campus crimes, it’s important for college students and their parents take steps to prevent theft, adhere to safety measures—and review their insurance coverage before heading off to campus this fall.
If you are considering renting out your home, your guest room or even your couch your first step should be to contact us. Peer-to-peer home sharing opportunities such as Airbnb can be a great way to bring in extra money and are increasingly popular; however, they can also leave you financially vulnerable.
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Spring is the traditional time of year for cleaning your home, and it is also an ideal time to review your insurance coverage. As seasons pass, our lives change, and so do our insurance needs. Take the time this spring to read your policies and ask yourself the following key questions…
College students are on the move, heading to college dorms and apartments on and off campus. For freshmen especially, it is a time of anticipation and new beginnings. However, in addition to excitement, big life changes such as these can trigger anxiety for both children and parents. Knowing that your student has solid insurance protection can alleviate many of your worries.
Creating a Home Inventory may seem overwhelming, but there’s an APP for that! The FREE Know Your Stuff ® App makes the process simple and enables you to update the list easily as needed. Once you have created your list it becomes a valuable tool in determining if you have adequate coverage for your possessions, or if it would be smart to add a floater to your policy.
The change of season is the perfect time to get your insurance “house” in order. By reevaluating your policies now, you may save money and headaches later.
Spending a bit of time assessing your current insurance policies, switching to a new policy or identifying a new discount on your current policy can provide positive steps toward both of these resolutions.
If you rent your home chances are, you need Renters’ Insurance! Several recent studies have indicated that only a third of all tenants have renters’ insurance. Respondents to these surveys often indicate that they believe that the coverage is too expensive or that the coverage is provided by the landlord. Yet both of these assumptions are incorrect.
Back-to-school isn’t just the time of year when you rejoice at having your house back, and a regular routine in place. It’s also the time to review your insurance needs because a change in a child’s grade level, a teenager getting their driver’s license, or even having a college freshman in the family can all require changes in auto, health, or homeowners coverage.