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The Complicated World of Insurance Made Simple

When I bought my first home, I had a real estate agent lead me through the entire home-buying process. This made it simple and easy for me. However, when it came time to choose a homeowners insurance policy, I became very confused about what made up a good policy. I started by doing a lot of online research into what homeowners insurance features were needed in my area and then finally called an agent who led me step-by-step through choosing the policy that was best for me and my home. I learned a lot during my research and time spent talking to my agent. I have also learned a lot about other types of insurance over the years, so I thought I would start a helpful blog all about insurance. I enjoy helping others, so come back often for new tips!

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Why It's Essential To Get Auto Insurance When Getting Your First Car
17 May 2021

If you are preparing to purchase your first car, y

Falls And Other Foibles: Will Your Homeowners Insurance Cover It?
14 April 2021

Not only is homeowners' insurance a mandatory part

Shopping For Your Next Health Insurance Policy
12 March 2021

Health insurance can be a critical type of protect

A Guide For Purchasing Homeowners' Insurance
8 February 2021

Your home is arguably your most treasured asset. Y

Need SR-22? Steps to Take
11 December 2020

After a DUI or several major traffic violations, y

Why It’s Essential To Get Auto Insurance When Getting Your First Car

If you are preparing to purchase your first car, you are probably really excited about hitting the road and showing it off. First, though, you should understand the importance of purchasing auto insurance for your first car. These are a few reasons why this is so essential. You May Not Be Able to Get the Car Without It First of all, you should be aware that in many cases, you cannot actually get a car without having car insurance. Read More 

Falls And Other Foibles: Will Your Homeowners Insurance Cover It?

Not only is homeowners' insurance a mandatory part of homeownership, but it's also a very handy method of dealing with the financial risks that come along with life lived on your property. In short, home insurance provides the type of financial coverage that could wipe you out when and if accidents take place on your property.  While some instances (called perils in the industry) such as fires, vandalism, and water leak damage are obviously covered, there are other types of perils that might seem to be questionable. Read More 

Shopping For Your Next Health Insurance Policy

Health insurance can be a critical type of protection if you are to ensure your access to health care services when you require them. While there are few types of insurance coverage that will be more important than your health insurance, it is nevertheless a common situation for individuals to struggle with evaluating potential health insurance plans to know if they are right for them. Family Coverage If you have a family, understanding the types of coverage that are available to your family members will be an important factor to consider. Read More 

A Guide For Purchasing Homeowners’ Insurance

Your home is arguably your most treasured asset. You worked hard to own it, and you might as well work hard to maintain it. What better way to protect your home than investing in the right homeowners' insurance? However, this may be easier said than done. What makes homeowners insurance average, good, or bad? While there is a lot to consider when looking for the right insurance for your home, here is a great place to start. Read More 

Need SR-22? Steps to Take

After a DUI or several major traffic violations, you should not be surprised to find out that you need SR-22 insurance. SR-22 is for high-risk drivers, and it is a necessity for many people. Without purchasing it, you might lose your driver's license. Once you find out that you need it, here are the steps you must take. Look at the Date The first thing to do is to find out the date that you need the policy. Read More