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    What Are Common Landlord Insurance Mistakes?

    Posted by Chris Howard on Feb 22, 2021 4:48:18 PM
    Taking care of your primary home is a challenge in itself. 
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    Topics: dwelling, landlord insurance, investment property

    The Difference Between a DP-1 and DP-3 Rental Policy

    Posted by Chris Howard on Nov 2, 2019 11:43:08 AM
    Though landlord insurance is not required in the state of Texas, a regular homeowner's policy for a rental property exposes the owner. A standard ...
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    Topics: rental property, landlord insurance, homeowners insurance, dp-1, dp-3, open perils, named perils

    What Does Builder's Risk Insurance Cover?

    Posted by Chris Howard on May 16, 2019 7:25:25 PM
    If you had any fun as a child, you liked to build tall things and destroy them. Whether plastic lego towers, castles made of sand, or a house of ...
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    Topics: Insured, insurance for texans, independent insurance broker, replacement cost, actual cash value, windstorms, claim settlement, sewer backup, hail, landlord insurance, investment property, Theft, vandalism, mischief, earthquake insurance

    Why Do I Need Loss of Rents Coverage?

    Posted by Chris Howard on May 10, 2019 5:05:00 PM
    Some things go better together.
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    Topics: insurance, home insurance, Insured, Texas, insurance for texans, mortgage payment, independent insurance broker, insurance broker, windstorms, North Texas, named storms, dwelling, rental property, landlord insurance, investment property, flood insurance, earthquake insurance

    Should I Consider Buying Vacant Structure Insurance?

    Posted by Chris Howard on Mar 19, 2019 7:00:00 PM
    Let's face it. Real estate investing has a lot of moving parts, no pun intended. The only constant is change. Your investment may look very different ...
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    Topics: insurance, Insured, home, Insure, insurance for texans, replacement cost, actual cash value, limits of coverage, deductible, dwelling, rental property, landlord insurance, vacant structure insurance, vacant

    What is Vacant Structure Insurance?

    Posted by Chris Howard on Mar 8, 2019 5:50:01 PM
    With baseball season on the horizon, we're reminded you don't have to bat a thousand to earn a hefty Major League Baseball contract, 3 out of 10 will ...
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    Topics: insurance, home insurance, insurance for texans, independent insurance broker, insurance broker, rental property, landlord insurance, vacant structure insurance, vacant

    Why Do You Need a Landlord Insurance Quote?

    Posted by Chris Howard on Feb 22, 2019 3:38:16 PM
    You took the risk. Maybe you've had this entrepreneurial spirit since trying to place green houses and red hotels on Park Place and Boardwalk as a ...
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    Topics: home insurance, workmans compensation, home, insurance for texans, independent insurance broker, insurance broker, dwelling, rental property, landlord insurance

    Landlord Insurance Cost Vs. Homeowners Insurance Cost: What's the Difference?

    Posted by Chris Howard on Mar 1, 2018 6:33:37 PM
    Texas homeowners decide to rent out their property knowing investment properties command top dollar in today's real estate market. If you choose to ...
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    Topics: home insurance, rental property, landlord insurance