Landlord Insurance provides protection for your rental property beyond the limited coverage of your standard homeowners insurance.
Having an up-to-date home inventory will help you get your insurance claim settled faster, verify losses for your income tax return and help you purchase the correct amount of insurance. Here’s how to create one…
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.
According to the FBI, a home is burglarized every 15 seconds in the United States – resulting in an average valued loss of $2,188. Follow these vacation safety tips to keep your home and family secure while you’re away – and you can even use some of these tips when you’re home.
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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.
Even if you don’t know what Pokémon Go is, you’ve probably already seen it in action as there are few places immune from hordes of players scouring the neighborhood, smartphones in hand, hoping to “Catch ‘Em All”, unfortunately some of them are also into signposts, sewer grates and even each other—not to mention even more serious issues.
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.
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.