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6 Factors That Determine Your Motorcycle Insurance Rates

6 Factors That Determine Your Motorcycle Insurance Rates

Motorcycle insurance can be extremely expensive, mostly due to the increased injury and fatality rate associated with motorcycles compared to cars.The fatality rate for motorcycles is much higher than regular passenger vehicles, according to Transport Canada: in 2013, while the percentage of motorcycles on Canada’s roads was just under three per cent, they account for over 10 per cent of the fatalities on the road.By contrast, while passenger vehicles accounted for just over 92 per cent [...]
Life Insurance Policies: 15 Fine Print Traps to Know

Life Insurance Policies: 15 Fine Print Traps to Know

Getting life insurance might seem like a boring task, but at the same time it is quite important to pay attention to the fine print on your policy. Today we will guide you through 15 life insurance policy traps based on InsurEye consumer reviews and discussions with insurance expert Lorne Marr.Forgetting pre-conditions: That one is probably the most frequent issue. If you do not read and understand what qualifies as a precondition, your claim may be denied later when you need the benefit. [...]
14 House Elements That Will Definitely Increase Your Home Insurance Costs

14 House Elements That Will Definitely Increase Your Home Insurance Costs

There are numerous home elements that will increase your costs when searching for home insurance. Some are related to the building itself, others to things outside of the house. Are any of these elements found in your house?Expensive items: Jewelry, wine collections, art, musical instruments, expensive watches, silverware, furs, sporting equipment and bicycles – everything that potentially can increase the size of your loss will lead to additional premiums. Often, insurers offer separate[...]
Closing Costs: The Hidden Costs of Buying a Home

Closing Costs: The Hidden Costs of Buying a Home

We found that many consumers have a solid knowledge how mortgages work but there is more uncertainty around closing costs. That is why we asked our friends at the financial services comparison site RateHub.ca to share with us their insights about closing costs.Closing costs are all the costs you’ll need to pay for in order to buy a home – and they can add up fast. In fact, closing costs typically amount to between 1.5 and 4.0% of the purchase price of your home – and that’s on top of your do[...]
Nearly 50% of Home Buyers Have Some Form of Regret

Nearly 50% of Home Buyers Have Some Form of Regret

“If I could only go back and do it all again, I would”It’s a thought that runs through the minds of many homebuyers. In an October 2014 survey, the Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) found that 41% of all home buyers have some form of regret, only a narrow margin better than an average first time home buyer. Below, a Real Estate website TheRedPin covered an interesting list of pitfalls that lead to regrets for both a first time home buyer as well as an experienced one: 1. Going in blind I[...]