Do you have a four-legged pooch running around your house? You certainly aren’t alone in your love for furry friends. According to statistics from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), between 37 and 47 percent of homes have dogs. That’s nearly half the population of homeowners, and it is a reason insurance carriers may take dog ownership into consideration when issuing policies.
It finally happened: damage to your property. After you assess the problem, you immediately think of your homeowners’ insurance policy. Should you file a claim right away? Wait until you get a quote to rectify the damage? Is there a home insurance claim time limit, or do you have some leeway? And should you really file at all?
Buying a house? You need to have homeowners’ insurance coverage. This coverage is a protection for you and your family, not to mention your assets. It’s also a requirement for lenders if you plan on getting a mortgage rather than purchasing your home solely with cash.
Hershey, Pennsylvania, is practically synonymous with Hersheypark. If it’s your first visit to Hershey, you certainly have to spend some time enjoying its No. 1 attraction. What if you’re in Hershey for more than one day, though? What if you’ve enjoyed Hersheypark a number of times and are ready to try something new? When you’re in Hershey and want to take a break from Hersheypark, here are 15 other things to do.
What’s the capital of Pennsylvania? It’s Philadelphia, right? It has to be, with all that American history the city is steeped in. Maybe it’s Pittsburgh, the classic steel town? No. The capital of Pennsylvania is Harrisburg, and it doesn’t get the credit it should. A lot of people aren’t even aware that Harrisburg is the capital of Pennsylvania, and even if they do, they don’t know what the big deal is. However, there’s a lot about Harrisburg to love. Here are 10 reasons why Harrisburg is one of the best capital cities in America.
Central Pennsylvania. To some, it may seem like the middle of nowhere. Not Pittsburgh, not Philadelphia – just somewhere in the middle, a place where the Amish ride around in their buggies and tourists come to eat chocolate at Hersheypark. Well it might surprise you to know that not only is central Pennsylvania a locale bursting with interesting activities, a storied history and great people, but it’s also the birthplace of some of our biggest luminaries. You know about Milton Hershey of Hershey’s Chocolate, of course, but here are some other famous folks you may not have realized hail from central Pennsylvania.
You know you want to live in central Pennsylvania, and who can blame you? Central Pennsylvania is a rich, beautiful part of America with plenty to offer. However, there’s a lot of places to choose from, and you want to know which part of the region is right for you. Here’s a little guide to the best places to live in central Pennsylvania to help you on your journey.
You’re moving to central Pennsylvania. Great! It’s a wonderful area, with friendly people and lots of things to see and do. It may be a little different than where you’re from, however. We do things our own way here. You’ll pick it up quickly without a doubt, but if you’re concerned about standing out as a newcomer, here are a few tips to help you assimilate a little bit more quickly.
As fans of insurance, we’re always on board with protecting your assets and covering yourself – but some types of insurance are surprisingly unusual, not to mention rarely necessary. Though it’s unlikely you’ll ever want to be covered for any of these oddball items, who knows? The insurance companies offer the protection for a reason, after all!
Are you a first-time renter? Does the thought of renting send you into a bit of a panic, worrying about making sure you do everything correctly? Below, we’ve amassed a series of must-do items when renting an apartment, condo, house or any other type of residence. By planning ahead, you can sleep better at night in your new digs!