How to Know If Your Homeowner’s Insurance Is Up to Date?
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It’s not unusual to buy a house, get homeowner’s insurance and then never check up on the policy again. Then something terrible happens and you find out you’re not covered for that new deck you added. To avoid this happening to you, check up on your policy coverage at least once a year. Some people choose to update anything to do with insurance of all kinds during their birth month to make it easy to remember to do.
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How Having Not Enough or Too Much Insurance Hurts You
How Insurance Companies Assess Risk
How Much Insurance Do You Really Need?
How to Know If Your Homeowner’s Insurance Is Up to Date
Insurance Buying Mistakes to Avoid
Tips for Lowering Your Homeowner’s Insurance Premiums
Weighing the Pros and Cons of Lower Insurance Deductibles
What Is Supplemental Insurance?
What Long-Term Care Insurance Really Buys You
Who Really Needs Personal Insurance Coverage?
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Has Your House Increased in Value?
If you’re not sure, ask for an assessment. Usually you’ll get a tax assessment sent to you once a year in order to pay your property taxes. If you notice a big increase in the assessment, first double check to make sure that it is accurate and not overpriced; second, call your insurance company so that you can update your policy.
How Much Have You Paid Down the Mortgage?
If you’ve paid down the mortgage and you have a healthy savings account, you should determine how much you’re willing to come out of pocket for your house if something should happen. Some people, for example, do not report a power outage caused by a storm that ruined their food. They really don’t need the 300 dollars to refill the fridge from the lost food, or 1000 dollars to fix the damage caused by the tree falling on the roof.
Have You Added onto the House?
If you’ve added a room, improved the windows, improved security and so forth, you should talk to your insurance company to determine if this affects the price of your insurance. Having safety devices like some alarms, carbon monoxide detectors, and security features such as automatic calls to the fire station when you’re out can lower the cost of your insurance. Likewise, some other additions like a new room will add to the cost.
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