Get ready for home buying and selling season with this spring mortgage market guide.
A common mistake made by first time home buyers is overlooking some types of home insurance coverage.
No one can see the future – which is why it’s fortunate that insurance products exist to keep your family, home and valuables safe in a worst case scenario. But why must peace of mind come with so much paperwork?
Many Canadian boomers are considering trading the family home for a compact condo to cut living costs. There’s a lot of money to be saved by downsizing – but be aware of your changing financial strategy and insurance needs as well.
Using an insurance broker is the first step to getting the best coverage for your needs. Before you sign, though, ensure you understand exactly what kind of coverage you’ll get for your money – and whether there are any hidden limitations.
Better to be safe than sorry; that’s the mantra drummed into Canadian’s heads by insurance companies. And while they have a valid point – no one wants to be bankrupted by an unforeseen series of events – many insurance customers are less knowledgeable than they should be about their coverage. When choosing your insurance products, educate yourself – and ensure you really understand what you’re signing up for.
Recently there has been a lot of concern about rising home insurance premiums. Some homeowner’s premiums have increased as much as 30 per cent, even without a claim being made in the previous year. Don’t get stuck with a ridiculous rate. Believe it or not, there are answers to the home insurance blues.
RateSupermarket.ca Launches Car, Home, Condo and Tenant Insurance Comparison Tool TORONTO – February 11, 2010 … RateSupermarket.ca, Canada’s one-stop-site to quickly and easily compare over 500 mortgage rates from the country’s top lenders, has announced the launch of their latest insurance comparison tool. Now consumers can be sure they are getting the best rate on …