The truth is, you never know what's going to happen. A tree could fall
home, pipes in your house could burst and damage everything, a fire
or a tornado could occur.
Buying a home is a huge responsibility, and a valuable
investment. It's important that you buy home insurance to protect your
investment. In fact, most mortgage companies require you to keep homeowner's
insurance on your home. With the economy as it is, lots of people are
struggling to find ways to cut corners. Some people are even dropping their
insurance policies just so they will have the money to keep the bills paid.
However, home insurance is not a policy you need to do away with.
The truth is, you never know what's going to happen. A tree could fall on your
home, pipes in your house could burst and damage everything, a fire could start
or a tornado could occur. All these things and more can cause irreversible
damage to your house. You definitely don't want to be left holding the bag when
this happens. You owe it to yourself and to your family to keep home insurance
in the event of those disasters. Most people do not have the money to pay for
that kind of damage out of pocket.
Any irreversible damage on your home can be paid off by homeowner's insurance,
and money can be given to you to start fresh. If the damage is done but can be
repaired, homeowner's insurance will pay for the repairs. If you have a
mortgage, you can even get the cost of the insurance built into your payment.
That way, you never even miss the money coming out each month.