No matter how diligent a homeowner you are, things will sometimes happen that are outside of your control. The most important thing to do is to take steps to be prepared so the unexpected doesn’t disrupt your life too much. If you are prepared for the worst, no situation will break you. Here are three steps you should take to be prepared for a home-related tragedy.
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If this is your first time shopping for home insurance, you probably don’t know what to ask your insurance agent. You want to make sure you ask the right questions in order to find the right type of policy for you. Here’s a list of questions you can ask while shopping for home insurance.
Looking for homeowners insurance for your new home? Or, trying to save money on your existing policies? Check out these tips to help you find the right homeowners insurance for you and save some money in the process.
Is it better to rent or buy? This article outlines the cost obligations and benefits of both prospective renters and buyers so an informed housing decision can be made.
As Irene makes her way north to areas less visited by severe storms, many people are scrambling to learn how well they’re protected by their homeowner’s insurance policy. Learn the basics of standard policies, and discover where you might need a little extra protection from unusual weather events.
Guest blogger Gina Roberts-Grey asks: Will insurance cover you if one of these five holiday mishaps occurs?
Once you’ve found a home that meets your needs, it’s time to make an offer. In deciding the amount of your offer you and your [...]
A recent study shows that 53% of Americans have concerns about their mortgage payment. We provide some quick tips on how to manage and save money on your monthly mortgage payment.
Buying or selling a home is a big decision. Before putting your home up for sale or starting your search for a new home, there is some basic information you should be aware of.
Buying your first home is not something you (or anyone) should take lightly. You should be prepared with as much information about the process as you can learn before you begin. You should understand your real estate market and the current mortgage market. The more you know – the better.