Learn the fundamentals of homeowners insurance including deductibles, coverage limits, riders, flood insurance, and more.
Find out how to insure your home improvement or remodeling project including the risks associated with the work being done as well as the final results.
Remodeling your home can increase or decrease your home insurance rates. Find out which improvements will cost you more, and which will save you money.
A typical homeowners insurance policy limits the coverage of your most prized possessions. Learn how to fully protect your valuables with insurance riders or floaters.
Fully protect yourself against loss from theft and disasters by making a comprehensive inventory of your belongings. You'll thank yourself if you need to file a homeowners insurance claim.
Worried that your policy evaporated when the housing bubble burst? Learn what your state does to protect you if your insurance company goes under.
Obtaining homeowners insurance for second homes or vacation homes involves very different considerations than insuring your primary residence.
Choosing the right amount of homeowners coverage is a tough decision. Determining how much to set your deductible at can be even more challenging. This is why we’ve created a guide to help.
Mobile home insurance differs in many ways from standard homeowners insurance. Learn what mobile and manufactured home insurance does and does not cover. Find out how much mobile home insurance you need, and how to get the cheapest rates.
Moving can be such a stressful time for homeowners. Learn what happens to your homeowner's insurance policy when you move.
Ever wondered if you can file a homeowners claim after someone breaks into your vehicle? Well, you can, and we’ve created a guide on how to do so.
Here's what you need to know about how home insurance protects you from these blazes, how you can file a claim for wildfire damage, and more.
If you’re a current or potential homeowner, here’s all you need to know about what home insurance does and doesn’t cover when it comes to tree damage.
Additional Living Expenses coverage helps you pay for increased housing, transportation, food, and other costs after you home is damaged or destroyed
Establishing an accurate replacement cost for your home is vital. But it's a tricky process. Fortunately, there are several routes you can take to ensure you're properly covered.