Posts Tagged ‘home insurance’

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Top Considerations for First-Time Home Buyers

For many, the prospect of buying a new home is a daunting one. It requires a vast amount of effort, consideration and thought. It is also likely to be the most expensive decision of your life. Many couples snap up the first property which fits their financing options and desired location in a flustered manner. This article seeks to explain the process so that you can make a more reasoned purchase of your first home.

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Car Accidents on Your Property: Which Insurance to Use?

If you drive often, you will be surprised to know research shows that most accidents actually happen close to home, and you will be surprised to know the majority of those car and property accidents happen when approaching your home. Your home insurance will cover your home and property if something happens out of your control. If you get into an accident when entering your property, or even on your property, it is going to be considered your fault. What should you do?

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Insuring Against an Unthinkable Diagnosis

Trauma insurance can protect you in the case of an extreme accident or illness. Unlike life insurance, this type of coverage is about covering the medical expenses that come with being seriously or critically ill. Serious illness may be something most of us prefer not to think about but it may be worthwhile protecting you and your family.

While many of us think about getting home insurance or contents insurance it is easy to forget to insure yourself against the unthinkable.

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Five Things to Include in Your Contents Insurance

Things to include in your contents insurance include jewellery, entertainment and computer equipment, appliances and carpet. It is important when you take out home insurance to consider contents insurance as well. It would be difficult to replace all your furniture and belongings if you were to lose them in a house fire, because of flood damage or some other natural disaster. It would be costly and for most people would be something they simply couldn't afford to do. Contents insurance also covers your personal belongings against theft. When taking out contents insurance you need to include all items within your home of value, including furniture, computer equipment and jewellery. It can also cover removalists if they happen to damage furniture if you ever move. Read the rest of this entry »
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