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Inexpensive Home Owner Insurance Rates — Steps That Will Help You Save Massively

July 6, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Insurance

There are a lot of ways to pay less on your policy. But while many of them might save you some money, they could leave you with inadequate coverage. This is, nevertheless, not the case with the recommendations I’ll share with you in this article as you’ll save while still maintaining sufficient coverage. Here they …

Six Ways to Lower Your Monthly Homeowner Insurance Payments

June 7, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Finance

If you’re looking to reduce monthly costs, lowering your homeowner insurance policy is a good place to start. The first thing you will need to do is shop around. This takes time, but time is often free while insurance policies are not. It could also save you a great amount of money, if you just take a little time to do some research. Ask friends, check a phone book and call up the insurance companies yourself. Keep tabs on the prices you’re quoted at each company. You may be able to negotiate a lower price with one based off the quoted price of another.

Fire Insurance Claims Damage Tips

May 30, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Legal

Most policyholders who have suffered damages to their property (home, business, etc.) from fire insurance claims usually makes costly mistakes during and after the claim settlement. However, there is always one extremely expensive mistake that almost all policyholders make over and over again. What’s worse is that they do it without even knowing it. The most costly mistake is; Most policyholders only rely on the insurance company’s adjuster to inspect, process, and estimate the complete fire insurance claim without any questions. They accept the insurance adjuster’s complete evaluation without any comparisons, estimates from their own contractors, or a review by a fire insurance claim professional. This will be the most costly mistake you would ever make in your entire lifetime.