Skip to content

Home Insurance Resources

Whether you rent, have a condo, or own a home, we're tackling everything you need to know when it comes to your place and your property insurance.

Property Insurance 101 undefined

woman closing car door in front of a house
A home insurance deductible is the portion of costs you'll pay upfront for a covered claim. Learn how to choose a deductible that is right for you.
Concerned girl looking at papers
Learn why your insurance premium may be increasing due to inflation and how you may be able to lower it.
Couple greeting their homeshare host
Sharing your home for extra income? You'll want to read this.
Couple unpacking in their new apartment
We've got you covered when it comes to learning more about what renters insurance is and why it's important.
Woman looking at fine art on wall
You may need specialized insurance for your art, jewelry, and other valuables. Learn more about insuring high-value items.
woman in antique shop holding an ipad
The best way to protect your valuable antiques or collectibles is to get the proper paperwork to document how much your collection is worth.
sunglasses, necklaces and jewelry being pulled out of a drawer
If you have a collection of antiques, artwork, or other valuables in your home, you may need to take special precautions to keep these treasured possessions safe.
two people reviewing documents
Don't fall victim to a dishonest contractor. Know how to protect yourself and how to hire reputable workers.
Couple walking away from a house
Insuring your home requires understanding the types of coverages in a standard homeowners policy that provides protection for damages done to the structure of your home.
Residential street with houses on one side
Dwelling Coverage is the part of a standard homeowners insurance policy that helps protect the physical structure of your home.
a couple painting their new home
Learn about the 80% rule for home insurance and ensure your property is adequately protected against potential losses and damages.
Residential street with houses on one side
We'll help you understand if you are, or are not, covered for certain scenarios when it comes to homeowners insurance.
front door view of a white house with a wrap around porch
Most of us will need to buy homeowners insurance before buying a home. That's because most lenders require it to get a loan.
large light blue house under the shade of two large trees
If you have a high-value home, it's important to know how to customize your insurance to avoid gaps and make sure you have the coverage you need.
family walking towards cabin
Getting insurance for your vacation house or second home is similar to insurance for your primary residence but with a few extra considerations.
two children and a mom
Do you employ a housekeeper, personal chef, nanny, or other type of domestic workers? If yes, you may be required to carry insurance to safeguard against certain risks.

Moving undefined

Woman preparing her moving checklist
A checklist of to-dos to help you get ahead of packing, moving, and everything in between.
Cat with her owner going to their new home in her carrier
Moving can be a stressful experience for your furry friends. Keep your pets calm while moving by following a few easy steps before, during, and after your move.
Moving truck packed with furniture
Answers to common questions about how to handle your home insurance during a move.

Water Damage undefined

outdoor hose spigot covered in ice
Prevention is your best defense.
water stained ceiling with mold
Proper home maintenance is the best way to help prevent mold damage in and outside of your home.
roof and gutters frozen in ice
Ice dams occur when melting ice build-up in your roof causes water damage to your interior walls and ceilings.
rain water overflowing blocked gutters
Water damage can be a costly headache. Avoid it by taking these precautions.
empty room with industrial blow dryers
Take these steps if your home has been impacted by water.
rain on window with view of palm trees
Floods can strike unexpectedly, wreaking havoc on homes and possessions.

Disaster Preparation undefined

Earthquake damage to a road
What you should know to prepare, protect, and recover.
Family in loading their truck to safely evacuate
Making an emergency evacuation plan for your family is simple. Here's how.
Flashlights, batteries, and other items for a household safety kit 
Having a go bag ready can be a lifesaver in an emergency.
Roof and tree that have been damaged by a hurricane
What to do to prepare and recover from a hurricane.
Person fighting a wildfire
Fire can move incredibly fast and cause devastating damage. Getting your home prepared for a wildfire or housefire can make a difference.

Begin your free online quote


Ready for a quote?