You might have a second home that you’re renting out on an annual basis. If you own a second house, why not? You can make some money by getting tenants to live in the home. But that brings up an interesting insurance quandary – how do you insure a second home that you don’t live in, but that you rent out on an annual basis? It’s not like you’re insuring your primary residence because, well, you’re not living there. A tenant is. We’ll explain how to insure a second home that you’re renting out on an annual basis.
Okay, so for all of the hardcore Game of Thrones fans out there – we’re with you. A lot of us around the office have followed the emotional roller coaster that is Game of Thrones, so we get the mix of excitement and devastation that comes along with anticipating the series finale this Sunday. On the one hand – we’ll know who wins the Iron Throne. On the other hand – we’ll know who wins the Iron Throne. Meaning the show’s over.
A lot of people who travel are looking for alternatives to hotels, which is how Airbnb took off into a thriving business. It might seem like a quick and easy way to make some money, especially if you’ve got a place in an ideal area where people are going to want to stay. However, that begs the question – how do you insure an Airbnb? Getting insurance for an Airbnb might seem complicated, but we’re going to go over the basics.
When most insurance agencies talk about wanting to be on the “cutting edge of technology,” it’s hard to figure out where to start. That’s because innovating with new technologies is tough to do without a clear goal of what the agency wants to bring to the table. So, how did InsuranceHub establish a clear goal to live, breathe, and truly operate as a technology-driven agency?
The answer is CORA.
You’ve been eagerly awaiting your wedding day since you got engaged. You want it to be everything you dreamed of and more, and you know that it’s going to take a lot of time and energy to plan the big day. But what if Murphy’s Law strikes before you get to walk down the aisle and say “I do”? You can hardly bear the thought of your wedding being spoiled. Fortunately, there’s a way to protect your wedding from disaster and get the show back on the road: wedding insurance.
Many homeowners are affected by flooding every year, and a lot of people only find out after the fact that flooding is not covered by home insurance. (By flooding we mean a rapid accumulation of water on the ground that invades your home.) Maybe you’re thinking about getting flood insurance, but you’ve got a few questions. How do you get flood insurance? How much does flood insurance cost? When should you get flood insurance? How much flood insurance can you get? We’ll explain the answers!
If you live in a condo or if you’re going to buy one, you’re probably looking to get some insurance for your home. But perhaps you’ve run into a slight problem: insuring a condominium isn’t quite like insuring a house. Getting the right insurance for a condo can be difficult. But never fear – the information below can help you know what to look for when you embark on your quest to get the best condo insurance. We’ll explain what condo insurance is, what it covers, and how much condo insurance costs.
Your credit score is way more than just a number. It can make a difference to a lot of things that you might not expect it to…and one of those things is your home insurance rates. Sometimes it can be hard to find home insurance if you have a bad score, and sometimes it means you’re looking at a higher rate. If you’re worried that your credit score is making it difficult to find affordable home insurance, we’ll explain why your credit score matters to your home insurance and how you can get reasonably priced home insurance with less-than-ideal credit.
As a business owner, you can’t always count on good luck.
Or simply making a claim on your commercial property insurance coverage. Instead, you must manage your risk now. Recently, we talked about the importance of having a written emergency disaster plan for your business and this article is part 2 in this series.
Home insurance deductibles give you some freedom in selecting the amount you’ll pay on your insurance plan. Deductibles are what you’ll pay first before your insurance kicks in when you file a claim. For example, if your roof needs replacing and the procedure is covered by your homeowners policy, you’ll pay your deductible first and the insurance carrier can cover the rest of the costs. What’s important to know is that your deductible is often a flexible component of your plan.