10 Insurance Tips For Homeowners


Homeowners' insurance isn't a luxury, it's a necessity. In fact, most mortgage companies won't make a loan or finance a residential real estate transaction unless the buyer provides proof of coverage for the full or fair value of the property (most of the time this is the purchase price). Read on to learn how you can make sure your homeowners' insurance will meet your needs.
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