Tag: Renters Insurance

Being Smart When Old Man Winter Is Here

New England is infamous for its’ unpredictable weather patterns especially during the winter months. But when I was younger I remember those months being incredibly long, snowy and cold. I was able to endure those long winters for I had access to a huge lake that was frozen during most of it. So that meant at least 3 months of ice skating!! Whoo hoo! However,...

Tips on Barbecue Safety and How To Save Your Eyebrows

Pardon the pun, but I only mentioned because it happened to me. Yep. I’ve burnt the eyebrows and the hairs off my arms all in one shot. Or flaming inferno, that is. Had to order Chinese takeout that day for no one wanted to eat the burgers. Even now they still check to see if my eyebrows are intact before they eat anything I grill....

Renter’s Insurance, Why Aren’t You Covered?

It’s been a difficult year for apartment fires and the already high numbers just continue to grow. On Easter Sunday, a 16-unit apartment building in Dartmouth had gone up in flames, displacing thirty-five of the residents. After officials evaluated the damage yesterday, it was concluded that the upstairs apartments had lost everything, while the ground floor units were mostly affected with smoke and water damage....

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...

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...