Home insurance protects your home and possessions against financial loss if they are damaged by an unexpected event or accident. Understanding what perils or hazards your policy covers you for is essential.
If the COVID-19 pandemic has you fretting about missing your monthly home or auto insurance payments, here are a few ways you can manage those challenges.
Perform a springtime health check on your home to minimize the risk of physical damage to the property or injuries to visitors.
Everyone has an extra spring in their step now that winter is behind us, but your home and car may be a bit sluggish. Now that the weather is warmer, InsuranceHotline.com has listed areas to target that may be in need of some TLC.
It’s more than a house, it’s your home. It’s where you live and where life happens, which is why your home insurance policy is set up to take all of this into consideration and more.
Many homeowners don't tell their home insurance company about secondary suites. But there are a number of reasons to do so.
Whether it's a unit in a residential building or a secondary suite in your own home, you should get separate insurance when you become a landlord.
There are many unexpected costs after a natural disaster. Here's what you need to know.
Home insurance doesn't cover all damage, and you have responsibilities as a homeowner. Here's what you need to know.
As the seasons change, you can expect the weather to be unpredictable. Protect your home with these precautions to minimize the risk of water damage this fall.