So you’re buying a house. Mortgage pre-approved and you’ve found that new place to call home. You’re about to have lots of excitement, with a little bit of terrified. But mostly excitement.
Once you get that accepted offer back, the real work starts. There’s a lot to do in the 30-60 days between accepted contract and closing. There is plenty to do without the insurance adding to the worry column. We understand the issues involved, the potential pitfalls and ways we can help you get the most value from your insurance. Call us early enough in the process and we can likely save you money during the negotiation of who fixes what. But the sooner you contact us after getting an accepted contract, the easier and less expensive the process will be.
Click HERE for an outline of the typical process and timeline for getting homeowners insurance in place for a closing.
Maybe you own a home and no one’s ever really taken the time to help you understood your coverages. Or your neighbor just had a rough time with his insurance company and you’re not sure how yours might handle you. Or you called your agency to ask questions and are having trouble getting a call back from your agent. Give us a call.
Our specific home quoting process takes more than 15 minutes to do it right, but it allows us to understand the whole picture of your situation so we can give you the best advice possible. Our goal is to help you get set up with the coverages and company which best fits your situation – even if that isn’t with us. We answer questions and handle situations through the lense of, “How would we handle this, and what would we do, if this person were our Grandmother.“ Give us a call or fill out our ‘Detailed Home Quote’ questionnaire online, and we’ll help get you headed in the right direction.
So you’ve gotten approved for a mortgage and found that perfect place to call home. Now the real work starts. There’s a lot to do in the 30-60 days between accepted contract and closing. There is plenty to worry about without insurance issue adding to the worry column. We understand the issues involved, potential pitfalls and ways we can help save you money on your insurance (and possibly during the negotiation of who fixes what if you get in touch with us early enough).
Our home quoting process allows us to understand the whole picture of your situation so we can give you the best advice possible. The only way we know how to answer questions is, what would we do if we were in your shoes? And we always handle situations through the lens of, “how would we handle this, and what would we do if this person were our Grandmother.”