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Home Insurance in Austin : Real Estate Advice

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Jim Morelli, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Thu Dec 25, 2014
Jim Morelli answered:
Roger Morse with Allstate is excellent give him a try.
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Daphne Quay, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Mon Oct 6, 2014
Daphne Quay answered:
I've seen it range widely depending on many factors.
I think looking it up online is a great way to get a ball park estimate! Also, speaking to an insurance agent would be more accurate and they can usually do it fairly quickly.

If you happen to check it online and with an agent, would you mind sharing with us how they compare? :)
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Jim N E, Home Seller in Austin, TX
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Jim N E asked:
I'm trying to convert a two-unit property to condos, and I've received conflicting advice over what sort of master insurance policy I need for the HOA.

One insurance agent claimed that…
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Stuart McWil…, Real Estate Pro in Lakeway, TX
Sun Oct 21, 2012
Stuart McWilliams answered:
Hi Pam,

Homeowner insurance rates in Lakeway vary depending on the square footage and the quality of your home. Other factors influence the rate as well.

Stuart McWilliams
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Tommy Burris, Real Estate Pro in Baton Rouge, LA
Thu Mar 12, 2009
Tommy Burris answered:
If I understand correctly, it seems like you have money coming.
But it will not be worth hiring an attorney for.
I wish I had more info for you.
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Julie Nelson, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Tue Oct 23, 2007
Julie Nelson answered:
Ray ... I personally use and have sent many clients to Ty Lawrence Agency, either Ty Lawrence or Ed Hindsman, 512-732-2353, They are brokers and will shop for the best rates for you. They're quick and competitive. You should also call your current carrier to compare. The rates are always best if you combine all your policies with one carrier (auto, home etc). ... more
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