6 June 2017
When you request a quote for home insurance, the agent who prepares the quote will base the price of your insurance on several key things. This can include the value of your home and amount of coverage, but it will also include the risk level of you filing a claim. Insurance companies assess a home's risk level by looking at many factors, including the following four. Age and condition of the home
3 June 2017
Riding a motorcycle can be very freeing and very fun. When you purchase a motorcycle, you will need to transfer the title of the bike into your name and then register it. Before you can register it, you will need to get insurance on it though. You need to take the time to make sure you get the right coverage to suit your needs in case you are involved in an accident in the future.
1 June 2017
One of the perks of working a job that offers benefits is that you get the chance to sign up for health insurance. Regardless of whether the coverage begins your very first day of work or if there is a waiting period, it feels good to know that you managed to snag a position that does more than simply pay an hourly wage or salary. However, signing up for health insurance can sometimes be difficult.
30 May 2017
If you are a contractor who has recently started taking on larger bids and projects, then you may need to secure certain types of bonds throughout the entire construction process. For example, you may need a bid bond before you are even able to bid on the job. Performance bonds and payment bonds may be something you need as well. In many cases, a supply contract bond may be needed too.
26 July 2016
Have you recently bought your first home? Now that you are no longer renting, you may want to take extra precautionary measures to keep your property in the best condition possible, especially since you can no longer rely on a landlord to handle those tasks for you. As a homeowner, there are several steps you can take to keep yourself and your property safe and protected. 1. Install Surveillance Cameras
19 September 2014
Your homeowners insurance premium is affected by your home and the materials that the home is made out of. Choosing the right materials is often a trade-off between how much you want your home to be worth when you sell it and how high you want your premium to be. If you're more concerned about your homeowners insurance, you should think about these points when constructing a new home or an addition to a home.