It’s been a challenging summer. Hurricanes, earthquakes, forest fires, mudslides. Almost all portions of America have been affected by a natural disaster at some point this year.
Any natural disaster is a scary thing for homeowners, who worry about losing one of the largest investments of their lifetime. Of course, your safety is paramount, items can be replaced but lives cannot.
While all of that is certainly true, replacing those things isn’t as easy as it may sound when it comes to insurance coverage and natural disasters. In this case, what you don’t know about your insurance policy may certainly hurt you or, at the least, leave you disappointed.
Coverage with a Standard Policy
Most people in the U.S., unless they’ve made other provisions, have a standard homeowners insura
Facebook. Twitter. Instagram. Snapchat.
They’re all part of the fabric of today’s ultra-social lifestyle and they can be a wonderful way to connect with others.
For folks in business or in the public eye, they can be wonderful too…or they can become a huge problem. Just ask Donald Trump
If you are a professional – especially a young professional – it’s likely that you have learned to incorporate social media into your business. Realtors, in particular, have made wonderful use of social media to advertise homes and to promote themselves to others who have similar social media habits. For those agents who use these platforms properly, things like Facebook can be a real boon to their business.
But, sadly, social media can also cause serious issues, especially when you cross t
We collaborate with real estate agents all across the US in an effort to analyzes trends in the residential real estate industry, promote cross country referrals, and network on behalf of our seller clients. At the end of the fourth quarter of 2017, we've curated the best real estate articles for home buyers and home sellers.