Whether you’re looking to keep your valuables safe or to protect your home while you’re away, these tips can help.
Home insurance is for unforeseen risks, and it may be more difficult to obtain when a wildfire is threatening your residence or community.
A storm or a rotted trunk brought your neighbor’s tree crashing into your yard. Who pays for the damage and cleanup?
How does a mortgage payment calculator or mortgage affordability calculator work?
Planning to buy a home? The cost of buying a home is always more than the purchase price and a moving truck rental. First-time home buyers are often shocked when they hear about closing costs such as…
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.
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.
Thinking of buying a former grow-op? Such properties can be steeply discounted, even in Canada’s hottest markets – but insurers and mortgage lenders may refuse to back your home purchase.
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.