3 Ways To Pay Less & Get More Out Of Your Insurance There are 3 simple ways to pay less and get more for your insurance. But before you proceed you should keep this one principle in mind. This is a fundamental principle that we should all be taught in school (but most aren’t).
The National Alliance Congratulates Steve White, Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) From the National Alliance (www.scic.com) The National Alliance congratulates Steve White for attaining the designation of CIC—Certified Insurance Counselor. By earning and maintaining the CIC designation, Steve has demonstrated professional competence
Are All Texas Homeowner’s Insurance Policies The Same? Short answer is, NO (not by a long shot) Texas homeowners insurance policies are NOT the same. There are significant differences, that are expensive if you get it wrong (but getting it right is easier than you think). Let’s take a few quick (easy) minutes to
11 Factors That Affect Your Texas Home & Auto Insurance Rates (Some You Can Fix, Some You Can’t) There are many factors that affect your insurance rates (up & down) each year. Most important for you, is to know which of those you can control so you can maximize your efforts to improve
Document, take video, pictures, scan receipts…you’ll be glad you did. One of the biggest surprises people have after a loss in their home or business is having to provide a list of the items that were lost or damaged. This goes for home or business owners. Most people couldn’t make a list of all those
Texas Homeowners Insurance Rates- How Does Texas Stack Up in 2015? For many years Texas has had the highest homeowners insurance rates in the nation. This was due to the number of wind and hail storms that cause property damage and the population density throughout TX. According To the Dallas Morning News “Florida and Louisiana
These are sample Declarations Pages, when you look at yours, pay close attention the first number. Here’s Why: The number you don’t want to overlook or underestimate. 5 Things You Need To Know About Dwelling Coverage: This is the number that your house insured for. (This is what you will have to