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Firefighters Watch as Home Burns to the Ground

Posted October 22nd, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

It’s a scene that would make most firefighters sick, and angered most of the locals, including the fire department itself. Firefighters in a small Tennessee town recently responded to a house fire just outside of city limits, but instead of fighting the blaze, they were ordered to let the double-wide trailer burn to the ground. […]

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Categories: News

44 Posts About Trendy but Thrifty Budget-Savvy Decorating Tips

Posted October 21st, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - 1 comment

The present economy, as 2010 draws to a close, has forced many people to seek less expensive ways to maintain their lifestyles. Following realistic budgets and taking advantage of bargains have become essential skills. People who enjoy decorating their homes, or providing those services to others, have had to acquire the knack for finding trendy, […]

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Categories: Advice

Do You Need a Job Loss Rider?

Posted October 21st, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

In this economy, can anyone trust that their job is safe? Job loss can be financially devastating, but it’s nothing compared to the risk of losing your home when you can no longer afford to keep up with the mortgage payments. Added on to your existing policy as a rider, protection against job loss can […]

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Categories: Advice, Insurance Tips

Would You Live in a Comic Book City?

Posted October 20th, 2010 by Staff Writer - no comments

Comic book cities certainly have their allure. There is never a dull moment, whether there is mayhem and destruction or a hero is swooping in to save the day. Here’s a look at some of these cities that you may not want as your next hometown. EMBED THE IMAGE ABOVE ON YOUR SITE Via: Homeowners […]

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The Devil’s in the Details: What’s Not Covered

Posted October 20th, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

Most people look forward to reading every line of their homeowners insurance policy about as much as teenagers look forward to bedtime. Instead of pouring over the details, they look their agent in the eye, shake hands firmly, and rely on their trust in that relationship to protect them in case the worst should happen. […]

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Make Sure You’re Covered: Guide to Riders

Posted October 19th, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

Most people don’t realize that the benefit amounts in their homeowners insurance policies have limitations, and the policies themselves may have exclusions, which protect the insurance company from paying on certain types of claims. The only way to get protection from certain kinds of losses is to purchase an additional rider to your policy. While […]

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49 Posts on Mixing and Matching the Right Paint Colors For the Best Style

Posted October 18th, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

Choosing paint colors can sometimes be a daunting task. Some couples have trouble agreeing on one color while others do not know where to start. Picking the right colors for the room is very important. If you are choosing a theme or if you are just wanting to invoke a mood the colors are very […]

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Categories: Advice

Should You Live in a Cave House Instead?

Posted October 18th, 2010 by Staff Writer - no comments

People have been hollowing out caves to make their homes for thousands of years. There are also people experimenting with the benefits of modern cave living. These homes are well appointed with modern conveniences, good ventilation and even spectacular views. Here’s how some folks adapt to living underground. EMBED THE IMAGE ABOVE ON YOUR SITE […]

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Eco-Friendly Insurance Offers Green Rebuilding Options

Posted October 18th, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

The eco-friendly building market is booming, despite the housing crisis. In fact, Fast Company reports that the “green” building market will balloon to $173.5 billion by 2015. That’s billion with a “b”. That could be partly because the business sector has been increasingly turning to eco-friendly building methods as a way of both saving money […]

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Categories: Green Living

Forced Flood Insurance

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

Until hurricane Katrina, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) flood insurance program was fully self-funded through private flood insurance contributions for decades. But Katrina caused so much damage from flooding that FEMA is now billions of dollars in debt. It has recently sought to protect itself from disproportionate payouts by reevaluating the nation’s flood zones, […]

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