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Home Insurance in Colorado : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Feb 2, 2017
Gmmhz asked:
Our bylaws state that we insure common ground but, common ground is not defined. My ins agent is not comfortable give a quote as HOA group because of this. I currently am insured separately.…
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Sat Jun 25, 2016
Dwvanbreemen asked:
Can anyone provide an estimate for homeowner's insurance in Highlands Ranch? We are looking to move to the area and need a ballpark for a mortgage calculation. We are concerned by the…
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Wed Dec 9, 2015
Joseph.magoffin.dvc6 answered:
We are the local State Farm office in Roxborough. We are located in the Safeway Center upstairs by the library. You can reach us at 720.639.3950. If you prefer a local independent then I would recommend Trailstone Insurance which is right next door to us. You can reach them at 303.792.2355. They have helped us on many occasions and are very knowledgeable. ... more
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Mon Apr 14, 2014
Lynne Wright answered:
Of course a refinance costs $$$$$$ or a significant increase in your balance ;)

Lynne Wright HGTV Featured Realtor Parker CO
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Mon Feb 24, 2014
The Dixon Group answered:
I work with a gal whos husband owns a Farmers Insurance franchise in Lakewood. They are wonderful people and give incredible rates for insurance especially if you bundle. Would you like their contact information? ... more
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Mon Nov 25, 2013
Tim Brunner answered:
The MLS number for that listing was 723114. I show the property actually closed 3/27/12...not in May. What other information can I help you with?
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Thu Apr 25, 2013
Donald Stevens answered:
$400-$1200 is the average. There are a lot of factors that determine your rate. You should shop around and get some quotes so you can make a more informed decision. I would try the usual suspects like State Farm, AAA, Allstate, and make sure to add in an independent agent or two. With a company like State Farm you are either going to be the perfect canidate and get a great rate or your not a fit and the rate can be extremly high. An independent agent will have access to multiple companies but not the captives like AAA. Let the companies know you are checking their competitors so they will put their best foot forward to win your business. We always encourage our clients to shop our rates expecially when our rates are so hard to beat! ... more
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