So you just bought your first home – now it’s time to protect your brand new asset! Here’s everything you need to know about getting home insurance for the very first time.
There’s nothing quite like giving an international student the experience of a lifetime by welcoming him or her into your home. But there are a number of things to consider when hosting a student – including how it may affect your insurance.
Thinking of renting out your cottage? It can be a great way to earn extra money, but it’s not as simple as handing over the keys. Check out these must-know tips for preparing your property for renters, from safety to rental insurance.
Do you have enough flood insurance coverage? Chances are, like 65% of Canadians, you’re under-insured, and don’t even know it. Here’s what you need to know about insuring your home from overland floods.
Does your college student have the right insurance? From contents insurance to travel coverage, don’t be caught off guard. Here are a few common areas where coverage gaps occur.
Do you have enough insurance? Most Canadians would like to think so – but in our recent social media poll, only 34.8% of respondents were confident with their coverage. Life insurance is like an airbag – you really hope you won’t ever have to use it other than to provide peace of mind to your loved ones. But unplanned disability or illness can derail even the best laid plans.
If an earthquake happens tomorrow (knock on wood) and your house is damaged by the shaking and quaking, who do you think covers the cost of the damage? Turns out, it’s the homeowner – but most people aren’t aware of this hidden cost. Should you have earthquake coverage? Read on to find out.
Home insurance increases 2014: Brutal flooding and ice storms prompt insurers to hike their premiums this year. Here’s what consumers need to know.
Daylight savings time isn’t just about an extra hour or sleep – it’s also when many turn the heat on for the season, increasing risk of fire.
This summer’s Calgary flood insurance claims are the most expensive in Canada’s history at $1.7 billion, and many homeowners were denied payments due to insufficient coverage. Now, there’s talk of making overland flood insurance accessible to Canadians – but a number of preventative measures need to take place first.