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I am the author of this blog and also a top-producing Loan Officer and CEO of InstaMortgage Inc, the fastest-growing mortgage company in America. All the advice is based on my experience of helping thousands of homebuyers and homeowners. We are a mortgage company and will help you with all your mortgage needs. Unlike lead generation websites, we do not sell your information to multiple lenders or third-party companies.

Home insurance is a $70 billion industry. According to a recent report, 95 percent of homes in the U.S. are insured. There are a number of benefits associated with home insurance. For homeowners, having a home insurance policy means being able to recover from financial blows that often arise as a result of natural disaster home damage, theft, accidental fires, and other unexpected home-related crises. Finding the right home insurance is an important part of being a homeowner. To help you make the right decision, we put together an ultimate guide to home insurance. In the following info-graphic, you’ll read through more home insurance facts and figures, and you’ll learn about the different types of home insurance policies that exist. You’ll also be presented with information on premiums, tips on how to pick the right policy for your home, and recommendations for choosing the right home insurance provider.

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