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New Year’s money resolutions: make sure your homeowners insurance is up to date

Emmet Pierce •
The Simple Dollar
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The recent wildfires that devastated many U.S. communities illustrated the need for homeowners to make sure their insurance policies provide adequate coverage to repair or replace a disaster-damaged dwelling. Too often, people buy a homeowners policy and then forget about it, never bothering to see if the payout amount has kept pace with construction costs, said

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Nine things to know about homeowners associations

Amy Fontinelle •
Investopedia Stock Analysis

When you purchase a condominium, townhouse or single-family home in a planned development, you must join that community’s homeowners association (HOA) and pay monthly or annual HOA fees for the upkeep of common areas, shared structures and shared exteriors. About one in five U.S. homes belong to a homeowners association, according to a data analysis by

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Home buyers growing attached to thought of townhome living

Jeffrey Steele •
Forbes

Red Seal Homes has successfully unveiled new construction townhome projects, such as the Terraces at Provenance, the builder’s master-planned community of single-family homes, duplexes and townhomes in the north Chicago suburbs. Soaring land and building costs, higher median single-family home prices, growing preference for dense, walkable environments and the need for a bridge between renting

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