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Make sure you aren’t underinsured! Homeownership is part of the American Dream, and for many people a home is their largest single purchase and most valued asset. Unfortunately, many homeowners don’t realize that their possessions and homes would be in jeopardy if they were inadequately insured and lost due to fire, flood or another disaster. READ MORE >>

Most Americans don't give much thought to earthquakes and earthquake insurance. News reports about tremors, tremblors and quakes are becoming more and more frequent, so it may be worth learning the basics so good decisions can be made. READ MORE >>

The holiday season is rapidly approaching.  Along with family get-togethers, decorations, and presents, the holiday season poses a unique set of risks for property managers, including everything from apartment fires to a higher risk of property theft. READ MORE >>

“There are simple steps you can take to cut the cost of your home and auto insurance while continuing to be financially protected against a catastrophe,” said Jeanne M. Salvatore, senior vice president and consumer spokesperson for the I.I.I. READ MORE >>

Almost all homeowner policies contain fairly low limits on jewelry, watches, furs, silver, collectables, fine art, antiques, cameras & video equipment, money & securities, and sports equipment, Don't forget to call your agent or broker to discuss properly insuring any of these items. READ MORE >>

College students moving into dorms or off-campus housing this month should review their family’s insurance policies to make sure their possessions are properly covered, according to the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.). READ MORE >>

Spring showers and related flooding can overburden sewer systems, causing raw sewage to back up into the drains in your home. Backed up sewers can wreak havoc, causing thousands of dollars in damage to floors, walls, furniture and electrical systems, according to the Insurance Information Institute (I. READ MORE >>

When it comes time to buy that dream house, the cost to insure it is often overlooked. The I.I.I. has created a checklist of important factors to consider before deciding to purchase a new home. Spokesperson: Jeanne M. Salvatore, senior vice president and consumer spokesperson, Insurance Information Institute. READ MORE >>

To prevent smoke damage from the fire, it is recommended that you take the following steps: Close all windows. Close all air vents in house. Brush vacuum loose soot particles from upholstery, drapes and carpet. Place clean towels or old linens on rugs, upholstery and carpet traffic areas. READ MORE >>

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