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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Insurance

Don't forget about house insurance. Specifically landlord insurance if you are renting it out.

When we purchased the second property, we changed to State Farm because they were able to offer $2M liability and at a slightly lower premium than for $500K at our previous insurance company.

Katie Campbell (623)815-8170
katie.campbell.hg60@statefarm.com.

We have been happy so far. No hassle at all to clone the coverage for the third house.

If you go there, please tell her Gord Stevenson referred you. Last time someone mentioned that I had referred them, she sent us a $10 gift card. Unexpected, but nice. Thank you. :-)

Once we get the house moved to the LLP, and bank account finalized, we will ask State Farm to put the LLP's name on the policy, and take any further payments from the LLP's bank account.

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