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Grange Interactive Home

Interactive tool: How to protect (and insure) your home

Posted in Home

What hazards and liabilities lurk within the four walls of an average home? Use Grange’s Interactive Home tool to explore potential risks and discover key home insurance policy options to help keep you protected.

Couple buying new home

Insurance tips for first-time home buyers

Posted in Home

It’s hard to match the excitement of purchasing a new home. But before you can walk through that door, you need to buy homeowners insurance. Follow these seven tips to find and buy the right home insurance policy for you.

Woman shops for holiday gifts at home using her computer

6 holiday shopping rules to help prevent identity theft

Posted in General, Auto, Home

When holiday shopping goes into full swing, so do identity thieves looking to steal your personal information. Don’t let identity theft ruin your holidays. Protect yourself by following these holiday shopping rules.

10 Hints you have outdated insurance. View a slideshow and see if you have outdated insurance

Slideshow: 10 hints you have outdated insurance

Posted in General, Auto, Home, Life, Business

As life changes, so do your insurance needs. Do you know some of the signs of outdated home, auto, business and life insurance? Don’t be caught underinsured. Find out when you need to contact your independent agent and update your policy.

Infographic shares many benefits of working with an independent insurance agent

Infographic: Benefits of buying insurance with an independent agent

Posted in General, Auto, Home, Life, Business

Buying insurance on your own can be like climbing a mountain without an experienced mountaineer to help you get to the top. Learn why an independent insurance agent is the ultimate guide to help you find insurance that’s the perfect fit for you.

Insuring your college-bound student

Insuring your college-bound student

Posted in General, Auto, Home, Life

If you have a son or daughter heading off for college, you’re probably thinking about dorm supplies and textbooks — not insurance. Unfortunately, that oversight could end up costing you or your child big bucks. Follow these guidelines to make sure your coverage is in A+ shape before move-in day.