If you have a home in a region that has a high hurricane risk, you'd better check your homeowner's insurance policy for the details of its deductible for hurricane-related damage. This relatively new addition to insurance policies is not a flat dollar amount but a percentage of your home's value, and it can add significantly to the financial burden you bear if your home is damaged in a hurricane.
Many prospective buyers make the mistake of rushing into the most lucrative quote as provided by an agent or broker. However, with well-placed research, you can be able to get the most appropriate insurance policy for your needs.
In this article, we look at the 10 most common insurance questions you need to ask before committing to buy.