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Houston Home insurance can be complicated. In this economy, everyone wants to save a buck, but bare-bones insurance can end up costing you more than you know. Saving money won’t save you from disaster. It’s important to weigh the pros and cons of cheap home insurance, seeking out the policy, not the price, that’s right for your home. READ MORE >>

Most Houston home insurance policies will cover the rebuilding cost of your home if it’s completely destroyed. However, you need to insure your home at least 80% of the rebuilding cost. First, you will need to determine the cost to reconstruct your home. READ MORE >>

As a homeowner, no doubt you are always on the lookout for complete protection for your residence at the most affordable price. Listed below are some easy ways to lessen the cost of your Houston home insurance.1. READ MORE >>

A home gym can be a great investment for your health and your pocketbook when compared to the cost of long-term health club memberships. But without the right insurance and safety measures, your home gym could be a lot more expensive than it seems. Invest in Umbrella Liability READ MORE >>

Henrich Insurance Group www.HIGTexas.com is giving away 2 tickets every Mon~Wed~Fri to the largest event in Pasadena, Pasadena Strawberry Festival home of the World's Largest Strawberry Shortcake 1300 sq ft, Mud Volleyball, Carnival, BBQ cook off, specialty acts, Main Stage Entertainers, arts & crafts proceeds fund scholarships and Tx history projects. READ MORE >>

Houston, Webster, Galveston Residents Listen Up!It's a great time of the year to be outdoors with your bike, RV or ATV, and if you bring your camera along for the ride, you could win up to $1000 for sharing your pic with Progressive Insurance. READ MORE >>

No one likes to think about dying. But if your loved ones will suffer financially when you die, it’s a subject you have to address. You need to consider how your family would fare financially if, suddenly, you weren’t there to provide for them. READ MORE >>

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