My dad is elderly and can't remember who his home owners insurance is through. He only pays the bill yearly and has no idea where his past info is and we need to get in touch with then provider. I called the mortgage company and they said. They don't have info. They are only notified if they borrower does not have insurance. How do I find out this information because we need to file a claim for basement flooding?... more
I think that most insurance companies would provide homeowners insurance. If you have another insurance policy you should look into getting it through them because you can get discounts for having additional policies sometimes. Other than that though, you really should be able to go to any insurance company that you've heard of to get this. You might want to check a few before deciding on one though.
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The homes there are usually pretty upscale, so the cost per foot is higher. You should get some actual estimates from rebuilders/tradesmen for the work you want. I suspect some may come in from $150 to 225 per square foot.... more
This question is for an Insurance Agent that handles homeowner's insurance. I would contact a few of the local companies, as well as larger ones. A recently changed insurance companies and we had a savings of over $1,500.00 per year.
In my opinion, if you do not get a phone call from a company, you may want to think twice about using them. Should you ever have a claim, what kind of customer service will you receive?... more
Most insurance companies are happy to insure homes in Hillsborough. I recommend using http://homeownersinsuranceburlingame.com/ to get quotes from several companies while just entering in your info once. If no insurance carrier will insure your home because your house is really out in the woods you may have to get a California FAIR Plan policy, which is a pain.... more