Swimming Pool Insurance Coverage and Safety Tips

Opening your backyard swimming pool for the season takes more than filling it up and jumping in. Remember that in addition to cleaning your pool to prepare for summer, owning a pool may require additional insurance coverage (depending on your preferences) and safety responsibilities. This post is designed to help you prepare for, and make […]

Summer Road Trip Tips: Fuel Functionality and Eco-Driving Techniques to Save on Fuel Costs

With school officially out, and the thrill of summer ahead, many of us are about to embark on road trips and weekend excursions. When preparing for your next trip, consider your general automobile maintenance habits and driving tactics. Being mindful of these things could save you a few bucks along the way, leaving more money in […]

An Agent with a Service Heart by Jennifer Brock

An important part of branding myself as an agent is being able to answer the questions, “What makes me different? Why should potential clients do business with me?” It wasn’t until recently that I could answer those questions with full confidence. After working in an agency where the clients weren’t put first, I realized that […]

Insuring an older home — By Sandi Stone

WHAT? YOU WANT TO PURCHASE AN OLD HOUSE! By Sandi Stone Old homes have character. That is undeniable. They were built long before the age of cookie cutter suburbia, where you house looks just like you neighbors and your neighbors looks just like his neighbors. The many years of life this house has seen creates […]

Will my credit rating change my insurance rates?

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I was recently asked this question by one of our  clients, and thought I would share the answer here for our readers. There are a lot of things that go into homeowners and auto insurance rates, one of them being credit. I’ve heard a lot of complaints from people who don’t like the fact that […]