Schneiderman Insurance Agency, Inc. Blog
It's critical to have homeowners insurance to safeguard your house and all of your things. Therefore, knowing that your homeowner's insurance will cover you if you need to relocate from one location to another when the time comes is important.
So, does your homeowner's policy protect you if you move? The basic answer is that it will cover part of your things in a loss, but the moving company should carry additional insurance. When you know what's covered and what isn't, you'll be better prepared for any mishaps that may occur when transporting your belongings from one home to another.
Home Insurance and home warranty secure the home from disaster in case of loss and damages. Each protection has its respective coverage that favors the insured. Knowing the distinction between home insurance and a home warranty is an advantage. These two are essential in reducing the risk of draining your pocketbook with home ownership issues.
Does it feel like your home is barely getting by with the monthly energy bills? Can't figure out how to make your home environment-friendly while still keeping it comfortable?
There are ways to keep everything running smoothly and cost-effective. Read on to find out what's possible.
Homeowners and landlords are two important types of insurance that should cover different aspects of property damage costs. There are numerous similarities and differences, so it's essential to understand which type of insurance is appropriate for your situation.
Is your home already insured? If not, why? Many people have not been educated when it comes to this topic. But no worries! Here are the basic things you need to know about Home Insurance and how it works.
Nearly all of us are on the hunt for affordable and reliable home insurance. That's because these days, staying safe in our own homes is more important than ever. If you're looking for a list of possible coverage options, here are some tips to help you choose the best home insurance for your situation.
As a homeowner, insurance is a necessity, but how much coverage is needed can be a loaded question. We all want to get the most value out of our insurance company, but in some instances, you may be asked by your mortgage company to purchase more insurance than necessary to rebuild your home – leaving you purchasing more coverage than your homeowner’s insurance company would ever pay out in the event of a claim.
What are the differences between HO-3 and HO-5 Insurance Policies? Why is one preferable for the client, and is an HO-5 policy really that much better? (YES!)
Not all insurance policies are created equal. I don’t know how many times I have had a conversation with a potential client about how you can’t just compare insurance quotes at face value or put two declaration pages against one another and consider it an “apples to apples” comparison.
Every policy starts with a quality action insurance plan to determine what coverages are needed and what limits best serve the insured party. Here are some suggestions for developing an action insurance plan for various types of insurance policies.
In this episode, we are taking a much closer, fascinating look at home insurance and the way that you can protect your home should disaster strike. But first, as usual, we start off with a little bit of news. Tom and Ron talk about a survey regarding the lack of knowledge most buyers have regarding closing costs — and Tom reads them the riot act.