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When you buy a home, it is strongly recommended that you get homeowners insurance. If you have a home mortgage, you likely must carry certain coverages, per your lender's requirements. By getting at least the required coverage, you will create some protection for yourself. READ MORE >>

On average, Ocala's home values sit at around $139,000. Experts expect these values to continue increasing steadily for the foreseeable future. However, home value is not just based on the local property market. It also varies by the specific features of a house itself — notably its upkeep. READ MORE >>

Living in Ocala places you almost in the center of Florida. You have the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico within convenient reach. Not only that, the Silver, St. Johns and Ocklawaha rivers flow through the region. Living in the area gives you access to plenty of the Sunshine State's maritime opportunities. READ MORE >>

Maybe you are moving from another city in Florida to Ocala. Or, you are a new Florida resident, and have decided that Ocala is the perfect place to settle. Moving to a new town means a lot of preparation. You often have to transfer all of your assets and legal responsibilities to your new hometown. READ MORE >>

In the aftermath of hurricane Irma, if a third-party vendor contacts you about repairs, think twice. Do not contract with a vendor without first carefully reading any contract they propose. Please remember that the insurance companies can help you locate a reputable, licensed contractor for home repairs. READ MORE >>

In Ocala, FL, the average car insurance rate is $1,026 per year, according to ValuePenguin. This is lower than Miami's rate, which is $2,098 per year. But, the Ocala rate is also higher than that of Mayo, FL, which is about $860 per year. Car insurance rates vary across cities and towns, and Ocala is no exception. READ MORE >>

Like many, you may be considering the addition of a pool to your backyard. While you might be thinking about lounging in the water on a hot summer day, you also should consider the impact on your home insurance. Many home insurance carriers require property owners who have a pool to notify the carrier about it. READ MORE >>

Ocala Homeowners Insurance Although homeowners insurance is not required by law, most mortgage lenders require you to purchase it before consenting to your loan. Home insurance is designed to cover the expenses of repair or replacement if your home or possessions are lost, damaged or destroyed following  a covered incident. READ MORE >>

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