We shop every 6-12 months for insurance. There is no loyalty with insurance companies. Price and customer response alone matters.
That statement is contradictory. You sense the dwelling coverage is high but you think replacement cost is higher than you think ?
ThanksSmorgasbord wrote:Here is the rental inspection checklist from my town. Go through it and correct any issues with your current house before you get into the chaos of moving.
http://www.westlafayette.in.gov/egov/do ... _55023.pdf
HOA rules does not allow adding an additional bedroom or bathroom.ysette9 wrote: Heck, take that money and upgrade your current house to make it more attractive to you!