How to Avoid a House Fire This Fourth of July

  Statistics indicate that in 2018 fireworks started an estimated 19,500 fires. That number includes 1,900 structure fires as well as 500 vehicle fires. In addition, there were 17,100 fires that were classified as “outside” or “other.” So what can you do to avoid a house fire this year? Here are some tips and information […]

Getting Your Finances in Order After a House Fire

  A major event like a house fire may cause you to want to take a step back and reassess your financial situation. Of course, there is a lot going on after a house fire with the insurance settlement and deciding whether you want to repair and remain in your fire-damaged house … But if […]

How to Live on a Budget After a House Fire

  There is never a good time to have a house fire but economic conditions today can be particularly hard on house fire victims. Rising inflation has made getting by difficult for many. Add a surprise event like a house fire and its accompanying expenses and many families may be thrown into financial crisis. In […]

Getting a New Mortgage After a House Fire

If you suffer a house fire that severely damages your home, your next step is probably going to be to buy a new house. That (most likely) means getting a new mortgage. Let’s pause here for a second. If you were wondering what happens to your existing mortgage after a severe house fire – the […]