Buying New Construction Offers Long-Term Financial Benefits

When you decide it’s time to move, determining whether you should buy a new construction home or an existing home can be a challenge. There are many advantages to each, and with every buyer’s situation being different, the benefits of buying new or existing may be different. However, the team at Keystone Homes believes that there are three unique ways[...]

Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio: Risk & Insurance Consultants and mRELEVANCE

We are honored this week to have J. Henry Chambers, account executive with Risk & Insurance Consultants join us in the studio for the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio show. J. Henry talks us through the importance of homeowner's insurance and how vital it is to have a local insurance agent that you can trust and call upon when disaster[...]

NAHB Applauds Passage of Homeowner Flood Insurance Act

National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) applauds the efforts made by the U.S. House of Representatives to reform many of the costly and unintended consequences of the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act that was passed in 2012. This week, the House passed the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act, which will benefit both home buyers and homeowners. In addition, the bill[...]

StrucSure Risk Management Group Launches Newly Designed Websites

StrucSure Risk Management Group, a leading provider of risk management services for the home building and construction industries, has announced the release of five new websites for its family of companies. The sites include StrucSure Risk Management Group and each of its member companies: StrucSure Home Warranty, LLC; StrucSure Insurance Services, Inc.; Golden Insurance Company, RRG and Four Points Re, SPC,[...]

Equifax Debunks Homeowners Insurance Myths

The experts over at the Equifax Finance blog debunk some widespread homeowners insurance myths in the recent article, “ Seven Common Homeowners Insurance Myths.” Here’s a quick review of myths one through three: Myth 1: Your policy covers injuries to contractors working on your property. Fact: In most states, your homeowners insurance many cover a part-time worker such as a babysitter or housekeeper who[...]