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People are flocking to Houston

According to a recent report from moving application Updater, Houston was the seventh most popular new home for Americans this year!... Read More

The true cost of dropping flood insurance

The financial toll of Harvey and Irma is enormous, and thousands of uninsured dwellings will only exacerbate the staggering cost.... Read More

Three weeks after Hurricane Harvey

Many of us, myself included, were unable to access our homes a week after Harvey arrived. Major roadways in Houston were still flooded fourteen days after landfall, creating gridlock in large areas of the city. Thankfully, there were few fatalities from the flooding.... Read More

Why are auto insurance rates going up?

Two major factors are responsible for the recent rapid increase in auto insurance rates.... Read More

The impending fall of Obamacare, and remembering what insurance really is

We find ourselves on the eve of the repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), former President Barack Obama’s legislative opus.... Read More

Time to get rid of your Christmas tree

"Bah, humbug!" says the grumpy insurance company. "Remove that tree from your living room!"... Read More

4 key challenges facing the insurance industry

An annual study evaluates new challenges facing the insurance industry. Let’s take a look at the four key challenges spotlighted in this year’s study. What does each challenge mean for your business? How can technology help you overcome these challenges and succeed in the... Read More

Winter weather preparations

As serious cold weather sets in around Texas and beyond, prepare your home to handle freezing temperatures without incident.... Read More

Hurricane Matthew: Gone But Not Forgotten

To most Americans, Hurricane Matthew was an exciting news story, now fading from memory. But for those on the coasts of the Carolinas, Georgia, and Florida, the impact is still being felt.... Read More

Watch out for animals on the road!

On September 7, 2015, at 9:50 PM, I was driving in rural north Texas when I hit a coyote. Traveling at the speed limit on a two-lane country road, the coyote ran frantically into the road, and I had about three seconds to react.... Read More

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