Home Insurance Tips

Dated: August 30 2021

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Gina Roberts-Grey for realtor.com:

Whether you’ve just begun searching for a new place or you’re waiting to close on your dream home, one important aspect of moving you can’t ignore is insuring your investment.

Enter the homeowner’s best friend: the homeowners insurance policy.

Just like any other kind of insurance, there’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all policy. Home insurance policy costs typically depend on the home’s location and age, the size of the deductible, and the coverage level. You’ll have to look at these and other variables to figure out what kind of home insurance is right for you—and how much you’ll shell out for it.

To make sure you purchase the perfect policy that fits your budget and coverage needs— and to avoid potential pitfalls—we’ve pulled together a list of the most important things you should consider. Let’s take a look.

This article has some very good tips for any homeowner or soon to be homeowner. With topics like, "You might want flood insurance-even if you think you don't need it", or "Your home's claim history matters-even from when you didn't live there", you're sure to find some much needed information here...

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