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If you have an insurance client who lives in a rural area, then they might have more than one building on their land. A damaging event might impact these assets as much as they would impact anyone's house. Therefore, your client might want to contact their insurer to see if they have coverage for the damage in question. READ MORE >>

Floods can happen in any home — even those that don't lie close to bodies of water. Yet, the risks of flooding are higher in flood-prone areas. That's why, in many homes, there exists a considerable need for flood insurance. READ MORE >>

Homes come in all shapes and sizes. As an insurance agent, you have a job to help homeowners match their coverage to their home as closely as possible. This includes dealing for anomalies. For example, when someone buys a rural property, there might actually be more than one building to insure. READ MORE >>

Ranchers and farm operators have a lot of property to protect. They also do a lot of services for others. They might be suppliers for local businesses. They might hire neighbors to work the land during seasonal periods. They might even be major employers in the area. READ MORE >>

When you prepare a home insurance policy, you must tailor it to clients' unique property. A home in the country will have different insurance risks than a home in the city. To some of your clients, this might not seem readily evident. As their agent, you should know how to explain these risks to them so that they know how to protect themselves. READ MORE >>

Your insurance customers will likely call you for help with their policies. Often, this will involve some administrative help. For example, if you provide homeowners policies, you might need to present proof of insurance for the mortgage lender. Usually, this is relatively simple to do. READ MORE >>

Many insurance customers need homeowners insurance. However, the average client might not know exactly what they want. As their agent, it's up to you to offer the coverage options that can most benefit them. How can you do that? What are some of the most important options to offer within your policy selections? READ MORE >>

If you file a flood insurance claim, your agent will likely talk to you about a deductible. This is your financial responsibility for flood damage that most policies include. Thus, you should be ready to pay it when it arises. Still, don’t let your deductible scare you. READ MORE >>

Living in a rural area means you probably have a fair degree of seclusion from your neighbors. While that provides a good amount of privacy, it also creates a few safety hazards. If something were to go wrong, it might be very hard for you to get help. READ MORE >>

Reconstruction cost is the price tag to rebuild a home. This is not the same as the market price of the property. It is not the amount you pay to buy or sell the home. Rather, this cost represents the total cost to source materials, obtain permits, and rebuild the structure. How do you get this value? READ MORE >>

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