How to Afford Fire Insurance in California

For the last three wildfire seasons (2018, 2019, and 2020), Californians have seen extremely high wildfire activity.

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What to Do If Your Homeowners Insurance Is Cancelled

You just got a notice from your home insurance company that says your policy is being canceled. Now what?

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10 New Year’s Resolutions for Homeowners

The new year is fast approaching (and for those of us trying to shake off 2020, not fast enough!). That means it’s time to start looking ahead and dreaming big about the future for your home and family.

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6 Common Holiday Disasters & How to Avoid Them

Holiday celebrations and festivities are part of what makes this season so merry. But claims are also common this time of year.

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When to Walk Away After a Home Inspection

A home inspection is an essential part of buying a house. This part of the process protects home buyers from unknowingly purchasing property with expensive, hidden issues. 

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12 Holiday Traditions to Try This Year

The holidays will be here before we know it – and this year, they’re bound to be different because of the pandemic. On the bright side, it may be a perfect time to give a new holiday tradition a try – in addition to Zoom visits with family.

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How Can Planting Trees Help to Reduce Climate Change?

We’ve teamed up with One Tree Planted to plant 100 trees in your state for everyone you refer who gets a Kin policy. So... why trees? Glad you asked.

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What Is a 4-Point Inspection?

You might need this inspection if you own an older home. The good news: it's usually pretty quick and may open up more home insurance options for you.

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Best Hurricane Shutters: A Definitive Ranking

If you live in Florida, hurricanes are a reality you must prepare for. The 2020 hurricane season is proof: it now holds the record for the most active season in history with 30 named hurricanes and the most landfalls by a named storm in the US at 12.

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Mortgages Explained: A First-Time Buyer’s Guide

Without the funds to buy a home outright, you’ll need a mortgage to buy your first home. And you’re not alone – 63 percent of homeowners currently have a mortgage.

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