Dorothy's right—there's no place like home. Which is why it's important to choose the right homeowners insurance to protect it. Here's what to know whether you own your home or are renting, or if you have rental property or rent out on Airbnb.
Whether you rent out your place occasionally on Airbnb or you’re a landlord, having insurance that protects you and your tenants is a good idea.
Different forms of homeowners insurance offer different levels of coverage. Here’s a look at the five main policies to help you decipher which makes the most sense for you.
It’s one of the most important insurance policies you’ll buy. Here’s what to budget for it.
Loss of use coverage is a standard part of most homeowners and renters insurance policies. Here’s what to know and how to use it.
Insurance premiums are the payments you make to an insurer in exchange for financial protection.
Your deductible is how much you’ll pay out of pocket before your insurance kicks in, but it works differently depending on the type of insurance.
If you own a luxury home, there are special considerations for insuring it. Here’s what to know.
If you own a property that no one lives in, you likely aren’t covered by your homeowners insurance. Here’s how to get the coverage you need.
Getting insurance for a tiny house has unique challenges and considerations. Here’s what to know.
Here’s what you need to know to file a homeowners insurance claim for storm damage, theft and other cases.
Homeowners insurance will help you protect and care for your property. Here’s how to ensure you have the right amount of coverage.
Most homeowners are required to have home insurance. A home warranty, on the other hand, is an optional service contract that could supplement your insurance policy.
The short answer: sometimes. They can help with unexpected expenses from a broken appliance, but they’re not worth it for everyone.
Water can be one of the biggest threats to your house and belongings, so understanding what’s covered by your policy is important.
Almost. Here’s what to know to make sure your home is protected.
Get the lowdown on what’s probably the most misunderstood type of homeowners insurance.
Wildfires are becoming a growing concern across the U.S. Here’s how to cover your home and property against damage.
Whether or not you live in an area prone to earthquakes, there are reasons to consider coverage. Here’s how to know if an earthquake insurance policy is worth it for you.
While a standard homeowners insurance policy does cover most damage caused by tornadoes, there is more you should know.
Thinking about buying renters insurance but not sure if it’s worth it? Here’s what it typically costs.
Get to know this federal organization and learn how it could benefit you if disaster strikes in your area.
Even if you rent rather than own your place, having insurance is still a good idea. Here’s what renter’s policies cover, what they can cost and why you should consider getting one.
Generally, the belongings you have in the rental are covered, but as with any insurance policy, there are exclusions (it won’t pay for getting rid of bedbugs, for instance).
Your home? Check. Your TV? Check. Earthquakes? Maybe. Here’s a look at the variety of coverage you can get as part of your policy.
Know the ins-and-outs of homeowners insurance before you shop for a policy.
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