Imagine, you wake up to the sound of birds singing, you can feel the fresh crisp summer air through your bedroom window and you are about to make your favourite cup of coffee and enjoy it on your dock with the morning paper.
A week before you’re ready to jet set to Europe panic starts to kick in. Have you made all the proper arrangements to and from the airport? Do you have someone to feed your cats? Did you buy the new bathing suit you’ve had your eye on for weeks now? And to top it off you have been toying with the idea if you should get travel insurance or not.
Homeowners insurance is one of the best way of managing the risks involved in purchasing and owning a home. When you buy homeowners insurance, you transfer the potential risks, and costs of a loss, to the insurance company. While not mandatory by law, mortgage providers require insurance in order to protect their investment.
You’ve created a travel itinerary, booked your tickets and laid out your passport…have you thought about travel insurance?
Many Canadians have recently traveled to sunny warm southern climates, European Tours, Cruises and even vacationed across Canada during the holidays. When booking travel, the most important item on your checklist should be travel insurance.
With the overwhelming amount of insurance options that our at our disposable, be it with products or providers, it’s hard to know whether you are making the “right” decision when purchasing insurance. Let me help you understand how a broker can assist you in this process.
We are in a day and age where we are getting more sewer backup and basement flood losses. No one wants damage in their basement, especially sewer water. Not only can it wreak chaos on your home and cause thousands of dollars of damaged furniture, floors and electrical malfunctions, it can also be a health hazard to you and your family.