Wildfires, floods and other climate-related natural disasters are driving up the cost of home insurance, while some properties are being dropped from coverage.
'It doesn’t matter if they cut every tree and bush on their property, we would not insure it because of where it sits.'
Here are seven questions you should ask yourself to find out.
If you’ve ever left for your summer vacation silently hoping your house would still be there ― and in good working order
The threat of more frequent and more intense natural disasters linked to climate change is forcing cities and states to change
Intercepted belongings Extra point: "Take a personal contents inventory," says State Farm agent Greg Sherlock. Even going
Leaving home can be as problematic as playing host. As an example, Shapiro points to insurance claims involving frozen pipes
Buying a house is one of the biggest investment you can make if you are into real estate. A house increases in value overtime when properly taken care of. And if you are a homeowner be it in California or anywhere else, you need a home insurance.
Insuring you property is just like ascertaining ownership. You can describe it as the icing on the cake of your proprietorship
One family may keep all the contents in a waterproof, fireproof file cabinet or safe to feel confident they have things under