Have You Received Your First Homeowners Insurance Renewal

Happy Anniversary! You have been in your home for a year. What do you do when you receive your first Homeowners Insurance Renewal bill? Typically this renewal bill is paid by your mortgage company. With that in mind, it is a good idea on your first renewal to double check with your current mortgage company. Then you will have the peace of mind moving forward when you receive future renewal notices.

Annual Homeowners Insurance Check-up

This is a great time for you to have your first homeowners insurance check-up, a task you should complete once a year, ideally around renewal time. This will ensure your homeowners insurance policy still provides the right level of coverage for your home and valuables, and your insurance premium isn’t costing you more than it should.

Remember, homeowners insurance is essential in Florida. This insurance coverage is designed to protect your home and its contents, as well as shield you from liability for accidents that take place on your property.

Did you get a Dog since moving into your new home?

As dog owners, it is important to be aware of the risks and liabilities. Your Erb and Young Insurance Agent is here to make sure that you have peace of mind through providing you with the right insurance coverage and to let you know which breeds may be viewed as “higher risks”. Learn More

Did you get a trampoline since moving into your new home?

“An insurance company can deny coverage or cancel your policy if you do not follow the policy safety guidelines or do not inform the company when you install a pool or purchase a trampoline,” according to a consumer guide from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. Learn More

Florida Homeowners Insurance

For more information on Florida homeowners insurance, please contact an Erb and Young Insurance Agent. Your Erb and Young Insurance agent will provide you with exceptional service, rates and a FREE professional consultation. We focus on the relationship, not the transaction. Since we’re independent agents, our allegiance lies with our clients, not the insurance companies. We want you to avoid overpaying for a policy that is not providing the right coverage for you.

 

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