Home Insurance

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    The Fort McMurray, Canada, fire is a reminder to take these easy steps to protect ...
  2. How to Get Rid of Private Mortgage Insurance

    Private mortgage insurance benefits the lender (the sole beneficiary of PMI), but ...
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    HELOCs dried up after the housing meltdown, but thanks to an improving economy, job ...
  4. How Much Homeowners Insurance Should You Carry?

    This breakdown of coverage into its component parts will provide the answer.
  5. Is Renter’s Insurance Worth It?

    Renter’s insurance is so relatively inexpensive that there’s really no reason not ...
  6. The Average Cost of Homeowners Insurance

    What factors into the the premiums you pay for homeowners insurance? Much depends ...
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    You spend a lot of money on couture creations. Shouldn't they be protected from damage?
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    Insurers have been hit with a series of catastrophe losses related to recent disasters ...
  3. Ace Limited Sees Growth In Asia And Latin America

    Ace Limited survived the bear market and recession, and is expanding into higher ...
  4. Allstate's Good Hands Gone Bad?

    Allstate is a mixed bag right now; though they refused TARP money, they have exposure ...
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    Everything you need to know about renting property.
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    Find out everything you need to know to tackle this major purchase without fear. ...
  1. Why would a homebuyer need to take out PMI (private mortgage insurance)?

    Learn why some home buyers are required to take out private mortgage insurance (PMI), and how it affects the total monthly ...
  2. Does homeowners insurance cover vandalism?

    Discover how vandalism is covered under most all-perils home insurance policies except if the home has been vacant for a ...
  3. Does homeowners insurance cover tree damage?

    Discover how damage to a home from fallen trees is covered under your homeowners insurance policy if it happens suddenly ...
  4. Does homeowners insurance cover roof replacement?

    Discover how total roof replacement is covered under most all-perils home insurance policies if the damage is the result ...
  1. 5 Household Items You Should Insure

    Your homeowner's insurance doesn't cover everything you own and the items it does ...
  2. 6 Ways To Save On Insurance

    Love it or hate it, insurance policies are a necessary expense in everyone's life. ...
  3. 7 Insurance Tricks That Cost You Money

    Not all insurance companies are out to get you, but you should still learn how to ...
  4. 6 Neighborhood Red Flags

    Before your next home purchase, make sure to inspect the quality of your neighborhood. ...
  5. 7 Smart Steps Every New Homeowner Should Take

    Just moved into a new home? Check out these 7 tips that every new homeowner should ...
  6. 8 Steps To Teach Your Partner Household Finances

    Follow these steps to give your partner a clear picture of your household's financial ...
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