From the category archives:

Landlord Insurance

How to Inspect Your Roof

November 29, 2010

With the coming of the “rain season” here in San Diego, now might be a good time to take a look at your roof. Here’s a few tips on what to look for and I’ve included a video at the end to give you a visual for some of these. What To Look For Just […]

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Higher Deductible Philosophy

October 5, 2010

Adopting an overall higher deductible philosophy can save you tons of money over the years. Spell that $M$O$N$E$Y$ in your pocket! Let me show you how it works.

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Guarantee Savings With A Simple Checklist

August 21, 2009

Insurance needs change with age and circumstance, yet few people take the time to review their insurance needs and find savings to fatten their monthly budget. It is, though, one of the easiest ways to cut living expenses and save money. On the bright side, it takes just a phone call to switch policies, get […]

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A word about DEDUCTIBLES…

April 27, 2008

Simply stated: A deductible is the amount that you pay toward a loss or claim before the insurance company begins to pay. The higher your deductible, the lower your premium. The more you are willing to participate in your loss, the greater the savings on your premium. The insurance company will offer your a lower […]

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A few thoughts on PROPERLY insuring your Rental Property

April 10, 2008

So, you’re going to be a landlord! Since it’s nearly ALWAYS a good time to buy real estate, you’re making an excellent move. The long-term value of real estate from an investment standpoint is, in my humble opinion, the best leverage available. Now that you’ve taken that step, it’s important to get the right kind […]

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