Save Money On Your Homeowners Insurance

McCafferty, Jim
March 2010
AAA Carolinas Go Magazine;Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 87 Issue 2, p7
The article offers tips for saving money on homeowners insurance in the U.S. It states that at risk are the home and the contents, that electrical, plumbing and heating systems are possibly in good condition than an older home and that 15 to 20 percent discount may be yielded by the home security systems. Information on return of premium (ROP) is also presented.


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