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Natural Disasters: A Look Back

With the turning of the calendar, it’s a time for reflecting on 2014 while plunging headlong into 2015. Many people set personal goals to be healthier and more active or to be more frugal with their money, but they often forget to review their insurance policies. (more…)

Have a Happy – and Safe – New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Eve – a day for looking backward and forward at the same time, which might be one of the reasons why it’s so fraught with danger. But it’s certainly not the only reason – too many people like to party down while they ring in the New Year. (more…)

A Bad Combo: Black Friday and Identity Theft

Black Friday is a great time to find deals during the holiday season. Sure, it might be a little chaotic, but that’s just part of the experience, right? Whether you embrace it or despise it, Black Friday is coming and amidst the holiday rush, you should be extra cautious about protecting your identity. (more…)

How to Create a Home Inventory

If a fire destroyed your home today, would you remember everything that was inside? Every piece of furniture, article of clothing, and every item in your garage? Most people wouldn’t. (more…)

Homeowners Insurance and the Three Little Pigs

We’ve all heard the classic children’s story The Three Little Pigs. But in case it’s been some time since you’ve perused books full of fables for kids, the tale follows three pig brothers who build houses to withstand the elements and worldly dangers. (more…)

Your Essay Could Be Worth $1,000

Calling all college students: HomeownersInsurance.com can help you finance your education. We’ve launched an essay contest – the winner will receive a $1,000 scholarship. (more…)

Time for a Home System Check?

Did you hear that? Whether you’re a newlywed in a century-old Tudor or a retiree in a new condo, you’re subject to the sound of that thing that goes bump in the night. You only wish it was just a goblin. (more…)

What to do When You Leave Your Summer Property

The calendar in late summer really flies by, especially when you’re in a vacation home. Before long, it’ll be time to pack up and head back to work. This often means you must leave your seasonal respite for several months. (more…)