Renting Your First Home? Consider Renter’s Insurance

Renting Your First Home? Consider Renter’s Insurance According to CNBC, more people are renting now than at any other point in the past 50 years. In 2016, 36.6% of household heads rent their home. The rise in renting instead of home ownership comes from an increase in home prices, not enough for a down payment, owning a home inhibits moving, and large student loan debt. If renting your first home is a better option for you, you still have personal property that needs to be protected from fires, burglaries, or even lawsuits. That’s why homeowners get homeowners insurance, and renters, like you, should consider renter’s insurance. [Read more…]

Homeowner’s Insurance: Tips on Itemizing Your Coverage

Homeowner’s Insurance: Tips on Itemizing Your CoverageWhether you have been a homeowner for 30 years or you just purchased your first home, homeowner’s insurance is a must for the safety of you and your family. You cannot predict the future of what kind of perils or unforeseen circumstances lie ahead. It’s extremely important to be sure that personal belongings are properly insured if an accident were to happen. Here are some helpful tips on itemizing your coverage so you are getting the most out of your homeowner’s insurance policy. [Read more…]