How To Prepare For Hurricane Season

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Hurricane season has officially arrived in Florida! As hurricane season starts at the beginning of June to the end of November, many Floridians stack up on extra water, food, batteries, generators, and more. But, don’t let these things be the only things you do to prepare. Along with the housing damage that hurricanes and tropical […]

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Fun in Florida: Tips for Enjoying Your Memorial Day in The Sunshine State

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Memorial Day weekend is coming up fast, and that means it’s time for some fun in the sun! Whether you’re new to the area, a longtime resident planning a staycation, or simply visiting the Sunshine State to soak up some rays, Florida is a hot destination (literally!) for people to enjoy their holiday weekend. It’s […]

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Renters Insurance: Money Well Spent When You Choose to Rent

The rental market has gone up significantly over this past year, in part due to COVID-19 affecting the housing market and employment. While plenty of people understand the pros and cons of renting a space, whether an individual, privately owned home with a landlord, or a commercial apartment complex with a rental company, very few […]

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Hurricane 101 for Winter Haven Residents

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Everyone in Florida is breathing a sigh of relief after narrowly missing a hit by Hurricane Laura, but that doesn’t mean we’re out of the woods for the rest of the season! Hurricane preparation is a popular topic here, but for folks in Polk County, it can look very different than that of our neighbors […]

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For Rent: The Importance of Insurance Policies When Renting or Leasing

Chances are as an adult, you have rented, or leased, something at least once in your life. From your first college apartment to a home appliance, if you’ve rented, you know you always have the option to “insure” the item in question. While many of the insurance policies offered by rental companies are gimmicky and […]

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Pushing the Limit: Top 3 Gift Ideas for Late Shoppers

Merry Christmas Eve! With Christmas TOMORROW, most of us have gifts for everyone on our list neatly wrapped, tied with a bow, and waiting under the tree for the big morning. All except for you. That’s right, you. We see you. Nervously sweating at Christmas Eve brunch as everyone talks about the holiday plans and […]

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Tips Before You Travel: 3 Holiday Pointers for Homeowners

Christmas is only two weeks away, and while many of us are preparing our homes for family and friends to come celebrate the holiday, others are preparing for travel. Whether meticulously packing suitcases with gifts for air travel, or loading the car for a road trip across the state (or across the country), Christmas is […]

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Looking Beyond Christmas: What Could 2019 Hold for You?

The holidays are here, and with Christmas quickly approaching, many of us are busy with preparations for parties, out-of-town guests, and plenty of fun and festivity over the coming weeks. However, after those few short weeks have passed, we will all be left standing in our living rooms trying to figure out how our Christmas decorations have […]

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Insurance Has You Covered…Doesn’t It?

The holidays are upon us, and now that Black Friday is over, Cyber Monday has passed, and all stores have gone into full Christmas mode. Shoppers everywhere are checking their list (and checking it twice) to make sure they’ve covered everyone they care about this season. Whether shopping online, or hitting the local mall, Christmas […]

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Being Neighborly: How to Support Our Northern Neighbors as They Prepare for Hurricane Florence

Just a year ago, Hurricane Irma pounded the entire state of Florida with powerful winds, heavy rains that resulted in flooding, and major damage to homes and businesses alike. While much of our state has recovered, or are in the process of recovering, we are no stranger to the catastrophic impact of a hurricane on […]

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