Homeowners insurance for newer homes vs older homes

On the list of major purchases, it doesn’t get much bigger than buying a new house. And while there’s a certain charm to getting a place that’s been lived in, there’s also something special about being a home’s initial tenants.

Published on April 13, 2021

Things to know as a first-time homebuyer

If you’re thinking about entering the housing market, the following are a few important things to know when buying a house in today’s environment. 

Published on April 8, 2021
Homeowners, Insurance101

Your homeowners insurance guide

Buying a new home is a multi-step process that involves many moving parts. To help, we’ve put together this guide that seeks to answer some of the most common questions we get about homebuying, who needs homeowners insurance, and what types of policies are available. Buying a new home Before we dive into homeowners insurance… Read More

Published on April 1, 2021
Car Insurance, Homeowners, Insurance101

The Mythbuster Machine | Insurance facts you should know

Most industries have their fair share of misbeliefs and misconceptions around what they provide and how they work—and the insurance industry is no exception. You might be surprised how many insurance “facts” you’ve been adhering to are actually, well, myths. In our new series, we’re hopping in Elephant’s Mythbuster Machine to take on some of… Read More

Published on March 1, 2021
Car Insurance, Homeowners, Insurance101, Renters

How does marriage affect insurance?

After wedding bells ring, there are often a number of things to work through as couples start the process of merging two separate lives together. There are the fun things, like starting to form your own family traditions and beginning life as an official team of two. There are other big and small considerations to… Read More

Published on February 9, 2021
Car Insurance, Homeowners, Insurance101

Insurance Bundling 101

“Bundling”. “Multi-policy plans”. You’ve probably heard these terms tossed around in insurance commercials, and on your own provider’s websites and social media pages. We know you probably have some understanding of what they mean. Then again, sometimes everyone wants to ask the same questions but are too afraid to admit what they don’t know. Plus,… Read More

Published on January 26, 2021