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Don’t Be “Cheap” when it comes to insurance coverage. The worst scenario is being under-insured when you have a large claim.

You pay a lot for insurance coverage; when you have a claim you want adequate coverage and not have to come out of pocket more then your deductible. 

One of the biggest fallacies is that consumers only care about getting better rates.
Here are things that you as a consumer should know:

  • Property prices are increasing and people want to protect their investments
  • Most properties in the California fires were under-insured, probably to reduce premiums
  • Clients WILL PAY more for better coverage. Often their current agent/company hasn’t reviewed their policies and the client has too little coverage
  • We will pointing out the facts to you while being professional and we will win your business

The mortgage industry lost trust of mortgage brokers after the 2008 mortgage crisis and many lost their jobs. We pledge not to this happen to the insurance industry! We will help you evaluate your risks and gives you an abundance of information to help you select the proper coverage, insure to value, and select appropriate premium.

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If you’re a homeowner and think you have damage from a storm, be sure to remember these tips–

 
» Call your insurance company as soon as possible if you see or suspect damage.
 
» When considering contractors, do your research and get multiple bids.
 
» Be EXTREMELY cautious of door-to-door solicitors offering free inspections. Some might be reliable local companies, but be sure to check online reviews.
 
» NEVER pay a contractor in cash or before work is completed.
 
»Keep a record of transactions, including bid proposals (revisions) from contractors and conversations with the insurance claims representatives.

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