If you’re a homeowner, you know you need to have the right coverage to protect your home. It’s a big investment, after all, but that doesn’t mean you want to clean out your piggy bank paying for your home insurance. What if there were a few occasions that could really help your insurance situation? Everyone loves saving money, especially on insurance, right? We’re going to go over a few different things that could affect your home insurance situation – maybe things that you haven’t thought of before.
If home insurance has been on your mind, you might be wondering what you can do to help yourself out when it comes to your insurance. You are trying to be proactive and be a responsible homeowner. One thing you can do to get your home insurance in order is taking a home inventory. But that sounds complicated. We’ve got a few tips for taking a home inventory – and naturally, we’ll go over why it’s important to have a home inventory so you know why it’s a worthy use of your time.
Home insurance might not be your favorite thing to contemplate. The jargon, the policy, the premium. It’s a lot. The thing is that insurance can be overwhelming, and you might wonder whether you have the “right” home insurance – whatever the “right” home insurance looks like. Insurance is a big deal, and you certainly don’t want to have the wrong home Here are eight questions on our home insurance checklist for you to ask yourself.
If you’re moving in the near future, your mind is probably filled with thoughts of house hunting – not to mention selling your current place. But there’s one part of the whole moving process that it’s important not to leave until the last minute. Unless you have magic powers and can poof your belongings to your new home, you’re going to need to hire a moving company. This is a big decision, as you’ll probably want only the best of the best transporting your possessions. That’s why we’re put together this checklist for choosing a mover.
Coronavirus has affected pretty much everyone. Businesses have closed, people are working from home, and a lot of people have been ordered to stay at home as the country is encouraged to social distance. Having to stay home in coronavirus quarantine can be hard, and it can be really difficult to feel at all productive or motivated in this uncertain time. If you’ve been left with hours upon hours to fill, here are a few ways you can pass the time while being productive.
If you’re looking to buy a house, you’re probably excited to be taking this step. Your house is going to be your home, your safe place, and you’ll be living a happy daydream once you make it your own. But for first-time homebuyers, it might be a bit confusing figuring out how the whole process works. Here are seven tips for buying a house. (It basically involves asking yourself a lot of questions.)
The whole point of an insurance claim is to have help restoring things back to normal. But what if you feel like your insurance company isn’t helping you enough? Many people let things slide and just pay the extra costs to repair or replace their things after a disaster. However, they may not know that you can dispute the amount that your carrier is willing to give you. It doesn’t amount to just arguing, though. You’ll need to work with your carrier and your agent so that they can get you the claims payout you need. Here’s the proper way to dispute your insurance appraisal.
You’ve filed a claim, you’ve gone through the assessment process, and finally an insurance company has written you a check for the damages. During this process, though, you may have wondered if you really have to use the insurance money for its intended purpose – the repairs. Is it legal to just pocket the money, use it for something else, and walk away? As with most things insurance, it depends. Here’s why.
Foundation issues are every homeowner’s worst nightmare. If the very base of your dream home crumbles, the whole thing can come crashing down around you. However, because of its supportive nature and difficult repair location, fixing the foundation of your home can be quite expensive. Home insurance is built to help you take care of certain damages concerning your home’s structure, but can it take on this hefty repair request? Let’s take a look.
You might be thinking about doing some renovations to your home, or maybe your home needs some repairs. At any rate, you’ll need to hire a contractor. It can be stressful trying to find the right person to do the job and work on your house. Your home is your place, your, well, house! You want someone you can trust to work on your house, of course. Here are a few considerations if you need to choose a contractor, no matter how big or small the project might be.