A condominium is a great alternative for home buyers that prefer to avoid the cost and hassle of exterior maintenance. In Las Vegas, the market for high-rise condominiums is on the rebound and growing faster than the demand for single-family homes. Protecting that condo is the job of an HO-6 policy, also known as a… Read more »
Even with the best home, condo, or renters insurance filing a claim is never an enjoyable experience. At Safeguard Insurance our goal is to make sure your claim is handled fairly and promptly. However, we would rather avoid the entire process if possible. With that in mind, here are 5 preventable homeowners insurance claims and what… Read more »
Update Your Home Without Emptying Your Wallet Quick, easy, inexpensive – whoever thought those adjectives could apply to home improvement projects in Las Vegas? But, they can! To spruce up your home on a budget, check out these five ideas for projects that yield maximum results with minimal effort and cost: Paint: All you need… Read more »
Buying your first home, condo, or townhome can be an exciting moment. However, dealing with the paperwork to buy the home, obtain a loan, and secure home insurance can also be stressful. Here are a few new home buyer tips to help the process go smoothly. Work with an experienced realtor. An experienced realtor will… Read more »
Nearly 25% of American homeowners live in some sort of managed community such as a homeowner association, condo association, or cooperative. While there are certainly many benefits of living in a managed community, there are a few pitfalls to be aware of. One of those pitfalls is the right of the association to assess the… Read more »
There has never been a better time to buy a condominium in the Las Vegas area. Prices are affordable and we have a great selection of both high-rise and low-rise developments. Condo owners need to understand the insurance provided to them by the assocation and what type of coverage they should buy to protect their own interests. Read on to learn what coverage unit owners should purchase.
Imagine for a moment that a child drowns in the pool at your Las Vegas condominium complex. A lawsuit is filed and a jury finds the condo association was negligent and awards $5,000,000 to the parents. The assocation only purchased $2,000,000 of …