Jun 072017
 

Purchasing a home is the first sign that you’re a responsible adult. Purchasing a home insurance policy is the step that really drives the responsibility point home. Never be left out in the cold without an insurance policy. Use the tips we’ll cover in this article to find a great deal on a low-priced insurance package.

Before speaking with a claims adjuster about your homeowner’s insurance claims, get some repair estimates from trusted local businesses. This will give you some ammo against the insurance company when they tell you how much something will cost to repair or replace. Also, emergency repairs that you make to keep the damage from getting worse will be covered, as long as you keep receipts.

TIP! Renters insurance is important for anyone renting. You should not rely on your landlord’s insurance policy to protect your possessions because the specifics of landlord policies are designed for unfurnished properties.

Understand that having a family can change the type of insurance that you get. You should see if coverage on your high-value items have a coverage limit. If you have specific items you want covered, request that these are individually taken care of.

Flood Insurance

You may think you don’t live close enough to a body of water to have to worry about flood insurance…but think again. Before you decide you don’t need it, assess the flood risk for your geographical area. You will be surprised at the unexpected parts of the country which have experienced floods in the past year or two, and if you live in or near on of these areas, flood insurance may be right for you. FEMA.gov is one site that provides information on flood risks for all parts of the U.S.

TIP! Tell your insurer about security systems you have in place. Having a security system that’s centralized to a security company off-site that deals with fire or burglars can lower monthly premiums up to 5% per month.

Saving money is a big deal to a lot of people with insurance, and these tips will most certainly help you do that. But the biggest thing here is that you actually purchase a policy to protect the home in which you live. Anything can happen, so you always need to stay protected when it does.

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