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Get The Right Insurance For Your Condo Or Co-Op

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Protect Your Condo With Condo Insurance

When you purchase a condo and get a loan, the bank often requires you to get insurance to protect their investment in your home. To cover your personal items, liability, or other fees, however, you may need more insurance than the basic requirements. Here is some information about how to best insure your condo.

You will likely need two separate policies to insure your investment in your condo:

Personal Condo Insurance: This coverage will protect your personal belongings, structural improvements to the space, and living expenses if you fall victim […]

Do You Need Gap Insurance?

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Gap Insurance Basics

When you purchase or lease a new car, you want it to have enough protection. Many people do not realize that their car’s value starts to depreciate as soon as it leaves the lot, often losing 20% of its purchase value within one year. Here is some information about how gap insurance can help with this and when it is a good idea to purchase gap insurance.

What is Gap Insurance?

Gap insurance is there to help you cover the gap between what a vehicle is worth and what you owe on […]

Prevent Break-Ins With These Simple Security Tips

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Having your home broken into and having items stolen can be very upsetting, but there are easy ways to make your home less of a target for thieves. Make your home or apartment less appealing to thieves by keeping in mind these simple tips.

Invest in a good door and avoid doors with glass panes because they can present security problems.

Install deadbolts on all exterior doors.

Secure windows and sliding patio doors with locks made specifically for them.

Make sure the outside of your house has sufficient lighting which will deter burglars.

Do not open the door for strangers […]

Safety Tips For A Safe Thanksgiving Holiday

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Thanksgiving is about family, food, and being thankful, but it should also be about safety. Thanksgiving is one of most common days for fires and other mishaps because of the amount of cooking that is being done and the amount of people gathering on this day. Here are some easy safety tips to make sure you and your Thanksgiving guests have a safe holiday celebration.

General Safety:

Do not leave candles unattended or leave children alone with candles or matches.

Make sure your smoke detectors are working by testing them and putting in new batteries if they need […]

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