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How to Get a License to Sell Insurance in New Jersey

How to Get a License to Sell Insurance in New Jersey
Before you can sell insurance in New Jersey, you must obtain a license for the line of insurance you want to sell from the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance. Before you can apply, you must be a resident of New Jersey or operate your busi

How to Value Condominium Insurance

How to Value Condominium Insurance
It can be difficult for you to properly calculate how much insurance you need for your condominium. Traditional homeowner's insurance is calculated by the cost to rebuild the structure, which insurance companies can reasonably determine when preparin

How to Change Homeowner Insurance From Owner-Occupied to Non-Owner Occupied

How to Change Homeowner Insurance From Owner-Occupied to Non-Owner Occupied
If you own a home, condominium or townhouse that you plan to use as an investment property, you'll need to purchase a new homeowner's insurance policy first. Policies for owner-occupied and non-owner occupied buildings vary because of the different n

How to Get Water Damage Coverage with Homeowners Insurance

How to Get Water Damage Coverage with Homeowners Insurance
Many homeowners wrongly assume that a homeowners insurance policy provides protection against all forms of damage or disaster. However, you must take care to ensure that your home and your possessions receive the right protection against potential ca

How to Compare House Insurance Quotes

How to Compare House Insurance Quotes
Follow this guide to learn how to compare house insurance quotes.The first step in comparing house insurance quotes is to decide what exactly you want in your insurance to cover. Think about the area you live in, and the types of hazards your home wi

How to Determine Umbrella Insurance Policy Needs

How to Determine Umbrella Insurance Policy Needs
If you think you have enough liability coverage in your auto and homeowner's policies, you might want to rethink that. You may someday be involved in a lawsuit, even if you are not at fault. Your liability insurance may cover part of a settlement, bu
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