Homeowner’s Insurance – A Few Things to Consider

If you’re struggling to make the monthly payments on your homeowner’s insurance, considering raising your deductible. Similar to health or auto insurance, having a higher deductible means lower risk to the insurer and lower monthly rates. However, this should only be used with homes that are not likely to suffer small maintenance issues, because the…

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In The Wake Of Sandy Maybe Its Time To Solidify The Value Of Your Home

In the wake of hurricane Sandy those of us who have been effected by the storm will have some renovations and improvements to do; maybe even more. But as far as home-improvement projects go, it’s not the scale of the changes that you make. Instead, the deciding factor should be the impact that is created….

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INFORMATION REGARDING NOR’EASTER FOR THE EAST COAST

With Hurricane Sandy barely in the rear-view mirror, the east coast is in the path of a nor’easter expected to arrive some time today with strong winds, heavy rain and moderate tidal flooding along coastal areas.  While this storm may hamper cleanup and recovery efforts and add to the difficulties in the region NOAA does…

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Some Good Advice If You’re Looking For Home Owner’s Insurance

Shopping for home owner’s insurance is not something most people do frequently. It is very important to make sure that you get a policy that covers your personal needs and meets your requirements for cost and customer service. Selecting the appropriate home owners insurance carrier can mean a significant difference in your life should you…

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How To Get The Perfect Home Owner’s Insurance Policy

The insurance package your neighbor has might not be the right insurance package for you. You can find all different types of homeowners’ insurance, and you should never stop looking until you find a custom-suited package that you’re happy with. Never over-claim on your home owner’s insurance! Pretending you owned a 150 inch television just…

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