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When you get your first apartment or home, you might want to rent. After all, it will take you time to make money to afford a house. Nevertheless, renting has its own costs, and you have to budget for them. You don't want to spend money you realistically don't have. READ MORE >>

You need home insurance, and you also need car insurance. Though your car and your home are different items, they intersect in unique ways. For example, when you park your car in the garage, you might think it is safe. But, you never know when something might come along that damages your vehicle in the garage. READ MORE >>

If you have retired, you might want to travel more using your trusty family RV. You have maintained insurance coverage on the vehicle. However, now that you might face a few financial constraints in your senior years, you might want to change or drop back coverage. After all, reducing your limits might help you save on your rates. READ MORE >>

If you live in or around Harris County, you are likely well-aware of the flood risks that threaten this area. The flat terrain and proximity to the Gulf put the region at risk of storm surge and river flood risks. You don't want to see floods damage your property, but there are very few ways you can control oncoming water. READ MORE >>

If you are a young professional, you probably have a budget. Your first home or apartment, thus, will likely be a rented one. Rental homes usually make it possible for you to afford a home, even on a first-time income. However, they will come at a cost. What should you expect to have to pay in your rental? READ MORE >>

Car damage can happen anywhere, at any time. It could even occur in an environment you consider safe, such as your garage. If it does, you'll likely need your insurance to cover the repair costs. But which coverage do you turn to? Home insurance often covers property damaged in your garage. READ MORE >>

If you have more than one home, both properties need insurance. Still, since you must get coverage, how can you do so affordably? Some people make the mistake of thinking they can insure both homes on the same policy. That's not the case. However, there are other steps that can protect you. READ MORE >>

Flooding can strike with very little warning, and at times it can even hit low-risk areas. It's can cause some of the most pervasive home damage possible. If you're victimized by a flood, you'll likely need to file a flood insurance claim to recoup your losses. This is often a multi-step process. READ MORE >>

For many young people, renting your first home means more responsibility. You might not want to go it alone. At times, getting a roommate might seem like the perfect solution. It can prove very practical for financing. Still, having a roommate means assuming different responsibilities for your household. READ MORE >>

When you place your car in the garage, you expect to protect it from the elements. However, that's not always a guarantee. Even when in the garage, the car can sustain damage from a variety of issues. Should this happen, will your home insurance or your car insurance cover the damage? READ MORE >>

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