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Buying homeowners insurance is one of the best ways to protect your valued assets. However, it's important to understand the ins and outs of your policy before signing any paperwork. Talk to your independent agent about the following five aspects of homeowners insurance. How much coverage do you need? READ MORE >>

If you specifically list your electronic devices on your homeowners policy, they can be partially covered. However, it’s rare that the full replacement value is covered for a wide range of potential risks unless you specify those circumstances with your insurer. READ MORE >>

Your homeowners or renters insurance policy does include contents coverage, but it is often very limited and may even put caps on valuable items such as jewelry. The last thing you want is to lose your deceased grandmother’s engagement ring in a robbery only to discover that your insurance won’t cover the cost of replacement. READ MORE >>

People often don’t think about creating a disaster emergency kit until it’s too late. The truth is, every household should prepare an emergency kit way in advance of any possible threat. Kits are commercially sold, but often lack necessary equipment. READ MORE >>

Your homeowners insurance policy comes in handy if your house is robbed or catches fire. However, when your agent asks you the value of your lost or damaged possessions, will you be able to remember every single item that needs replacing? Probably not. That’s why you should create a home inventory. READ MORE >>

Millions of American homeowners take great pride in their houses and apartments, but there often comes a time when renovating or extending become unavoidable. Whether you are struggling for space or looking to bring an old property into the 21st century, there may well come a time when simply redecorating proves insufficient. READ MORE >>

If your home or business is located in a flood plain, you probably have flood insurance backed by the National Flood Insurance Program. These policies offer important coverage during a flood, but you may not know that they have a coverage limit of $250,000 for homes and $500,000 for businesses. READ MORE >>

Making sure your home has coverage can be a hassle if you happen to live in the sunshine state. While insurance carriers are often skittish about taking on new customers and increasing their exposure, lenders will require some form of coverage on your property if they are going to take on an interest in your land. READ MORE >>

While the weather is often unpredictable, there is one thing that is guaranteed. Mother Nature can be a fickle, forceful and fearless beast. Natural disasters such as tornadoes, hurricanes, blizzards and wildfires can wreak havoc on the environment — and your home. READ MORE >>

Many condominium owners do not realize that there is actually a difference between general homeowner's insurance and condominium home insurance. Even though similar in many ways, there are several distinct differences. If you are the proud owner of a condominium, you should find out about the differences between the policies and understand why they exist. READ MORE >>

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