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Home Insurance and Mold: Is Mold Covered?
Whether you’re covered often comes down to the source of moisture and the wording of a policy. Mold strikes fear into the hearts of those who’ve heard horror stories about toxic mold, expensive mold remediation, and denied home owners insurance … Continue reading
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What Does Homeowners Insurance Cover?
You’d be surprised at what your home insurance policy doesn’t cover. Here’s what is and isn’t covered by your insurance. What does your homeowners insurance cover? The short answer is: A basic homeowners insurance policy (called HO-1 in insurance lingo) covers your … Continue reading
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Is Hurricane Insurance Worth It?
We’re in the peak of the busiest hurricane season in years. Is your home properly insured? Hurricanes are a force to be reckoned with, especially since the season sticks around so long and does damage beyond coastal areas. For example, … Continue reading
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December Home Maintenance
Quick-and-easy tasks that’ll brighten up your interior. December. The year’s coming to an end. Time to do four small tasks for a bright (and money-saving) new year.#1 Clean Light Bulbs and Fixtures Two great reasons to clean your light bulbs: … Continue reading
What does Homeowner’s Insurance Cover?
What does your homeowners insurance cover? The short answer is: A basic homeowners insurance policy (called HO-1 in insurance lingo) covers your home and possessions if they’re damaged or destroyed by these things: Fire Lightning Windstorm (unless you live in … Continue reading
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7 Myths All New Homeowners Fall For
You’ve signed the closing papers and have your new house keys in hand. As you open the door to your exciting — and sometimes overwhelming — new life as a homeowner, steer clear of these seven common home ownership myths. Avoiding … Continue reading
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The 7 Most Financially Savvy Home Upgrades You Can Make
Enjoy your home more today — and sell it for the best price tomorrow. When it comes to home improvement, some dollars stretch more than others. And if you’re on a limited budget, it becomes even more important to spend … Continue reading
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