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Canadians love to renovate. A recent survey by the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation found that over 40 percent of households in ten Canadian markets renovated their home. The same survey found that 0ver 65% of households used a contractor to do all, or at least some, of their renovations. (Changes to your home may also affect your home insurance policy.)
The leaves have started to turn and the plants have all started to droop. It's a clear indication that it's time to do the annual fall yard cleanup.There's no better insurance for your garden and lawn that next spring will be a good growing season (other than predictable spring weather but that's never going to happen!)
Preventing identity theft is one of the best forms of insurance you can learn about -and it's free. There's no reason to be a victim of this invasive and violating crime.Identity theft can lead to loss of money, character and credit. Why not take these 7 easy steps and keep your name and credit clean.
Summer is a time for vacations, sun and fun; it's also a very popular time to go house hunting. Whether you're a first time home buyer or not, you need to factor your monthly home insurance fees into your budget. But how can you possibly predict what those fees will be?
If you own a home, mortgage insurance is a given. (We hope!) But what kind of company have you trusted your policy with? People often choose the bank for mortgage insurance because they think it's easier and less time consuming; when in fact, it could be a costly mistake for everyone in your household. Let's take a look:
Do you know the fine print on your insurance policies?