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Top 5 Movie Houses You Wouldn’t Want to Insure

Posted September 17th, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

If you’re an insurance agent, you understand that there is a certain element of risk the insurance company takes on with any coverage it grants. If the house is lost or damaged due to one tragedy or another, then the company ends up footing the lion’s share of the bill. After all, that’s why people […]

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Categories: Fun

5 Ways That a Fire Can Hurt Your Family

Posted September 15th, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

While the current housing crisis may find you occasionally wishing that your house would just burn down so you could walk away from it and your mortgage without destroying your credit, the truth is that these tragedies hurt you in more ways than most people would think of. Here are some of the many ways […]

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Categories: Home Safety Tips

Toxic Chemicals in Your Home

Posted September 15th, 2010 by Staff Writer - no comments

Burglars and natural disasters aren’t the only things you have to worry about at home anymore. Your home (the construction) itself could be a threat to you and your family. Take a look at the graphic below to determine what hazardous elements might be lingering in your home and eliminate them as soon as possible. […]

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The Advantage of Using a Single Insurance Company

Posted September 13th, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

Many of us have our homeowners insurance through one company, our auto insurance through another, and our life and health policies through yet a different insurance company. While there’s nothing wrong with that, in and of itself, there are several advantages to carrying multiple lines of insurance through a single company. Here are some of […]

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Categories: Insurance Tips

Simple Ways to Save on Homeowners Insurance

Posted September 11th, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

If you are an average American home owner, chances are you are paying more for your homeowners insurance than you need to. Most insurance companies have their agent or another representative, often a third party company that specializes in gauging insurance risk, check out your home and property. This inspection is often completed without your […]

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Categories: Home Safety Tips

Buy Your Own Homeowners Insurance

Posted September 9th, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

Some home owners, after falling behind in their payments, have allowed their mortgage companies to purchase homeowners insurance on their behalf and apply the extra charges to the mortgage payment. Frankly, that’s a very bad idea. Here’s why: When your mortgage company buys the insurance, even if you are paying for it, they will generally […]

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A Timeline of LEGO

Posted September 9th, 2010 by Staff Writer - no comments

Playing with LEGO can be fun and games but it can also be serious business. If the architect in you aspires to build a home made entirely of plastic bricks, just make sure you’re protected against lack of structural integrity. EMBED THE IMAGE ABOVE ON YOUR SITE Via: Homeowners Insurance

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Folk Wisdom and How to Flout It

Posted September 6th, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

Down through the ages, those of us who speak the English language have been handed down many homey pearls of wisdom which we would all generally do well to live by. Just like it makes sense to buy homeowners insurance to protect the investment of your home, it pays to follow good advice to protect […]

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Categories: Advice

45 Posts of the Best Steps for Fireproofing Your Home

Posted September 3rd, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

Fireproofing your home is very important. Your home is one of the most expensive purchases you will make in your lifetime. Keeping it safe from the devastating effects of a fire is not as hard as you might think. Here are several tips on how to keep your home safe as well as your family. […]

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Categories: Advice

Homeowner Rescue Scams

Posted September 3rd, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

You won’t catch us saying “trust the government” very often, but when it comes to dealing with issues concerning your home ownership, you might want to at least check with the government concerning anyone who claims they are going to help you. With the exception of your mortgage company, your homeowners insurance company, and your […]

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