Do you really need to spend a lot on home insurance?

October 10, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: General 

When you buy a new house, it seems like there are a million moving pieces and thousands of documents that need your signature. But how closely did you pay attention when you chose your home insurance policy?

Paula Pant, founder of AffordAnything.com, a money management website, says that most people gloss over their policy and either end up paying more than they need or simply not enough.

“That’s a lose-lose situation,” she says. “You need the Goldilocks policy: not too much and not too little.”

To make sure you’re adequately covered, here are a few questions to ask to help you figure out how much home insurance you need. Read More.

NAR is fighting for housing preservation

August 28, 2011 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: General, Legislative 

As the nation battles mounting debts and the shaky economic recovery, NAR draws a line in the sand to preserve generations-old housing policies.

In its most recent magazine, NAR covers many of the pending legislative policies and what-ifs concerning the growing number of regulatory battles REALTORS®, and home owners, face and could face in the very near future. The article covers much of these issues in more depth. Read More.