What Makes a Great Insurance Agent?

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What Makes a Great Insurance Agent?

When you are shopping for any type of insurance, you are going to want the help and advice of someone who understands the insurance business and who is truly interested in helping you protect yourself rather than making the most money. Unfortunately some insurance agents are in the business for their own benefit and will not tell you when you are paying too much or are buying insurance that you simply don't need. I am a former insurance agent, and I have seen the best and worst. This blog is about noticing red flags when it comes to sneaky insurance sales people and about finding the signs of a truly good agent.


How To Bring The Cost Of Your Auto Insurance Down

Driving without auto insurance is something you can't get away with. However, that doesn't mean that you should be paying more than you have to for your coverage. If you feel like your coverage is putting a toll on your finances and have been thinking about lowering your coverage to keep the cost low then you may want to rethink your options. There are very effective alternatives to lowering the cost of your auto insurance that doesn't involve you removing or reducing your coverage. Read More 

3 Steps You Can Take To Avoid Accidents So You Can Keep Your Auto Insurance Rates Low

One of the best ways to keep your auto insurance policies as low as possible is to avoid getting into accidents. While this is not the only factor that affects the rates you will pay on your auto insurance, it plays a major role in your rates. Staying accident-free is not always an easy task, but you might have a better chance if you take the following steps in your life. Read More 

What Lender-Based Home Insurance Is And Why You Should Avoid It

When you purchase a home, your lender will require that you purchase homeowner's insurance. This type of insurance is designed to protect you and the lender against catastrophes that can cause damage to a home, such as a fire. If you fail to get or keep your homeowners policy, you should not be surprised if your lender purchases a policy for you. Here are several things to understand about lender-purchased homeowner's insurance policies. Read More