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Renters/Apartment Insurance, For As Little As $10 A Month, How Can You Afford NOT To Have It?!?

In the wake of our area’s most recent devastation, three multi-family homes were leveled and numerous families lost everything they owned in the fire. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPREoMuVxT4 As the generous contributions continue to pour in to help rebuild their lives, additionally insurance payouts would have provisioned them with a place to stay, their meals eating out and replacement of their personal property. Many renters don’t buy renters...

Who Are Better Drivers, Men or Women? What's your opinion?

It is official ladies! We rule the road! A recent study was done by an analytics company called Quality Planning, who gathers statistics for policyholder information. They wanted to determine which gender was the better driver. They ran comparisons using records from traffic violations, accidents and insurance price statistics. The results came back that a whopping 80% of all car accidents that were either fatal...

Want To Know Where You Can Save On Your Auto & Home Insurance?

One Answer.. Your local independent insurance agent. Period.       It’s the convenience, the reassurance and the service that will make it all worth your while and here’s why. One stop-shopping for competitive rates. Most insurance agencies will have multiple carriers. This will allow them to do competitive ratings on your policies. Your time is money. All the shopping for a better price is done...

Snowmobile Insurance; Get It Before The Snow Really Flies!

Where’s The Snow?!? Many folks from snowmobile associations across New England are asking that very question. It’s almost January and the trails have very little if any snow cover on them. However, since the holiday season is almost over, there is some extra time to focus on their final preparation. Besides getting the machines ready and planning your routes, you may want to add to...

Better Ways to Save on Your Insurance

        A better way to save on insuring your home is to raise your deductible. An increase from $500 to $1,000 could save up to 25 percent on your premium payments. Most people make the common mistake of insuring a home for its real estate value rather than for the cost of rebuilding. When real estate prices go down, some homeowners may think...