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Triangle Insurance Alliance Blog: homeowners insurance

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The amount you are asked to pay when you ask for a quote for home insurance is determined by how big a risk the company think you are. In giving you a quote they take into account many things, such as how secure your property is, the area in which you live and the cost of the possessions that they would have to pay to replace if some mishap occurred. READ MORE >>

Know What You Own Before You Buy Condo Insurance Coverage A condominium is different from a house or an apartment - you own part of a building or a property, but not all of it. Insurance for condominium owners is different, too. READ MORE >>

Is there such a thing as cheap home insurance? There may be a better question. Is home insurance really that expensive? Homeowner’s insurance may very well be the consumer’s best buy when it comes to insurance. There are multiple benefits and features that make the home policy unique. READ MORE >>

As far as insurance goes, homeowner's insurance is extremely necessary these days. Given the current unpredictable weather conditions and the chance of hazards while you are away from home on personal or official work, having homeowner's insurance can be a great thing. To many people, homeowner's insurance is unnecessary. READ MORE >>

No one likes paying for homeowners insurance, but it's a necessary evil for most of us. This doesn't mean you have to pay through the nose for it though - try these 8 easy tips for cheaper home insurance and see how much you could reduce your premiums by. - Shop Around (or just let us shop around for you! READ MORE >>

Getting the right property and casualty insurance coverage may not rank high on your list of financial priorities. Compared with investment decisions and estate planning issues, questions about the language in your homeowners policy, say, may seem hardly worth considering. READ MORE >>

Imagine you took the roof off your house, turned the whole thing upside down and started shaking. Everything that hit the dirt is what your insurance company calls “personal property” – hence Personal Property Coverage (Coverage C) on your homeowners, condo or renters policy. READ MORE >>

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