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High-Risk Homeowners Insurance: What You Need to Know

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Buying homeowners insurance can be expensive, but it is important if you need to pay mortgage loans. The insurance rates may vary depending on whether your home is labeled as high-risk. Numerous factors play a role in your home being labeled high-risk.

Here are the factors that may label your house as high-risk:

The Home

Location

If your home is near or in a disaster-prone area or your neighborhood has a high crime rate, it can be labeled high-risk.

History

If the home holds a history of […]

How Condo Insurance Differs from Home Insurance

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How Condo Insurance Differs from Home Insurance

Condos are clearly different from houses but how is condo insurance different from homeowners insurance? 

A condo is different than a home or apartment in that, with a condo, you own the part of the building that you call home, but not all of it. Condo insurance is different from homeowners insurance, too. There are similarities as to what is covered, but there are differences in how it is covered. Condominium insurance is typically covered by two policies. One of the policies is held by your condo association, and the other policy is held by all […]

How to Protect Your Home Against Mold

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How to Protect Your Home Against Mold

Mold is a dangerous substance that can grow inside your home. Make sure to protect your home with these tips. 

There are over 100,000 species of mold worldwide. Mold serves as Earth’s decomposers, turning dead organic matter back into its simple building blocks to be used as nutrition by simple life-forms, refueling the entire food-chain. While mold is crucial for the sustainability of life on earth, it can be dangerous if it grows inside of your home. Here are a few tips on how to protect your home against mold.

Is Your Roof Telling You It Needs a Replacement?

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Is Your Roof Telling You It Needs a Replacement?

Your roof keeps you dry and comfortable, and the only way you can continue on doing so is to ensure that your roof maintains its integrity. 

Don’t wait for issues to arise to make repairs on your roof. Replacing your roof can be a costly endeavor, so it pays to inspect your roof at least once or twice a year and especially after every major weather event that passes–like strong winds, tornado, hurricane, thunderstorm, and hail. Here are a few tips that can help you inspect your roof.

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