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Claims Examples: Renters Insurance
Nobody wants unexpected expenses. So how can you plan for these expenses such as damages to something you own or injuries to others? Having a home or renters insurance policy! Listed below are some examples of how renters insurance could protect you.
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5 Ways to Beat Stress
We are often told to stay calm and not to worry, but that is easier said than done. Stress can be found everywhere in life. Stress can be caused by family issues, the house not being clean, being overwhelmed at work, and other everyday annoyances, or it can be caused by an uncertain situation in your life, such as a major bill or illness, having high expectations for a situation that doesn’t turn out as well as you hoped, or taking on the stress of your loved ones.
If you are renting your home or apartment, you may think you don’t need insurance coverage. You might look around your apartment and think you don’t have much stuff or that nothing will ever happen to your building. The truth is, having insurance as a renter is important.
In the age of technology and “needing” information now, more consumers are moving to the Internet to get their insurance information instead of utilizing an independent agent. Unfortunately, those who bypass an agent are missing out on valuable expertise and advice without even realizing it.
Whether you just moved into a new apartment, have lived in a rental property for years, or are just thinking about moving into a town home, you will definitely want to consider getting renters insurance. Renters insurance covers your property against things like fire, smoke, vandalism, theft, explosion, and windstorms.
Are you dreaming about a new pair of shoes, buying a new vehicle, going on a tropical vacation, or saving for your retirement? We could all use a little more money in our pockets or savings accounts, so in celebration of National Dollar Day (August 8), here are four ways to help boost any budget.
When you are buying your first home, there are a million things going through your mind. Your real estate agent is guiding you through the process and helping you pull together the paperwork, your lender is asking you for a lot of documentation of your current financial situation, you are setting up an inspection—and that’s all in the first week!

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