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Moving into a rental property is not like moving into a brand new home. Rentals are, at least in theory, places for temporary occupancy. While you can stay in a rental usually as long as your lease allows, someone else owns the actual property. Furthermore, others may have occupied the property before you. READ MORE >>

Getting an SR-22 certificate is only part of the process. You have to keep your SR-22 certificate for a period of time. Most states require drivers to keep SR-22 certificated for about two or more years. Keeping your SR-22 certificate means that you have to keep your insurance coverage. READ MORE >>

One factor you cannot control impacting how much you pay for car insurance is your age. Every auto insurance company rates a person based on his or her risk level. How much risk do you present to the insurer? Age can play a role in this in several ways. READ MORE >>

In some areas, home values have fallen by 10 or more percent in the last decade. It can be worrisome for a homeowner to see this occurring. You may want to lower the amount of insurance you have on your home as a result. However, it is important to be mindful of this. Don't base your home insurance value on market trends. READ MORE >>

Many mistakes can happen when you are on the road. You could make a mistake by looking at your phone, or you could simply not see a driver while trying to exit the highway. You also don't know what is happening with each of the other drivers on the road. READ MORE >>

Perhaps you woke up in the middle of the night to the piercing scream of smoke alarms. You grabbed what you could and raced out of your home. The fire was significant and scorched a great deal of the structure. When you finally get into your apartment, there's plenty of damage. READ MORE >>

When requesting a car insurance quote, one of the questions your agent will inquire about is the number of miles you drive each year. If you work 30 minutes from home or travel significantly each day, you are on the road more and therefore, you pose a higher risk to the insurance provider. READ MORE >>

Home insurance is meant to provide you with protection from damage and risks your home and your property could face. In most cases, this includes fires, storm damage, and theft. However, many homeowners don't realize they can file a claim for damage or loss for other items in their home, not just the structure itself. READ MORE >>

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