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How Researching Home Insurance Companies Can Save You Money

Posted by: Insurance Place by: November 28, 2016

How Researching Home Insurance Companies Can Save You Money

When looking for a quote, it’s tempting to just choose the company who offers the lowest rate so you can get on with your life. But, looking at the right home insurance companies can save you quite a bit of money.


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Contractors and California Surety Bonds – What You Need to know

Posted by: Insurance Place by: October 31, 2016

Contractors and California Surety Bonds – What You Need to know

Bidding for California construction contracts can be competitive. One thing that may help you win bids is a surety bond in California. But how do you get one? Are they really needed?


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Jet Ski Insurance- Renting Versus Owning a PWC

Posted by: Insurance Place by: October 18, 2016

Jet Ski Insurance- Renting Versus Owning a PWC

Whether you’re bringing your own jet ski or planning to rent one there, here’s everything you need to know about jet ski insurance in California.


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What Kinds of Factors Can Increase the Cost of Your Life Insurance Policy?

Posted by: Insurance Place by: October 11, 2016

What Kinds of Factors Can Increase the Cost of Your Life Insurance Policy?

So just how much does a life insurance policy really cost? Certain factors can increase the cost of your life insurance policy, such as the type of policy, as well as your health and age. Although these factors can increase the cost, it isn’t as bad as you think.


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Discussing Flood Insurance Rates for Homeowners and Renters in California

Posted by: Insurance Place by: September 28, 2016

Discussing Flood Insurance Rates for Homeowners and Renters in California

Whether you’re renting an apartment or own a home, your flood coverage will vary. For homeowners, flood insurance rates will be based on coverage for both the building and the contents. For renters, however, flood insurance will only cover personal property; there’s no need to get coverage for the building since you don’t own it.


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