The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is back in business!
Lost in all the noise about the Government Shutdown is the fact that the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) expired over the weekend.
My wife was commenting recently about all of the Facebook posts of people getting engaged at Christmas. One young lady she mentioned caught my attention.
Last Saturday torrential rains caused flash flooding along parts of the North Shore, including Lynn. Many cars, homes and businesses were impacted.
I was inspecting a vacant house the other day when I came across knob and tube wiring.
The advent of social media has allowed people to communicate with each across great distances easily, cheaply and repeatedly.
I was sitting around the campfire trading stories with my college buddies recently when one of the guys said he had a story that would interest me.
Recently a number of our clients have received letters from their mortgagees informing them that their homes have been reclassified as being in high risk flood zones. That’s the bad news.
As a result of the turmoil caused by FEMA redrawing the coastal flood maps the Massachusetts Legislature passed and the Governor signed a new law designed to give MA residents some premium relief.
I was tail-gating at Thursday Night’s Patriots-Jets game when the obligatory over-thrown football hit an unsuspecting patron in the back.
On Sunday professional golfer, Sergio Garcia, hit an errant shot that hit a woman spectator in the hand and broke her diamond ring. The force separated the stone from the ring and the diamond fell into the thick rough.
The question I will deal with is what coverage, if any, do the renters bring with them from their homeowners policy.
Understanding Home Insurance Deductibles: An Interview with John Olson of Columbia Insurance Agency, Inc.
Check out our interview here!
One issue that consistently confuses homeowners, especially first-time buyers, is the difference between the market value of the home compared to its replacement cost.
According to the Insurance Information Institute 46.3 million American households own a dog as of 2012. If your household is one of the 46.3 million you may already know how owning a dog can affect your homeowners insurance.