New Yorkers looking for more elbow room have entered the co-op and condo market in droves, which puts home insurance needs top of mind.
The largest insurance claims have typically been broken pipes.
Whether you’re an owner or renter, it might not be a good idea to cut back on your insurance, especially now.
Unlike car insurance, New York State doesn’t require that you insure your home. But, your mortgage lender will think differently.
With many people working remotely, there’s greater demand for added space that can be used as a home office.
We’re all spending more time at home, which has prompted many people to reflect on how they live — and to consider changes.
Back to school is not really back to school this year, and with the kids -- and your pets -- likely staying home, apartment insurance is more crucial than ever.
The New York rental market is experiencing a surge of activity. Here’s why you should put getting apartment insurance on your to-do list.
When it comes to apartment insurance, a little bit of coverage is better than none. Here are four ways you can economize.
That must-have coffee and acai bowl on the way to work that costs close to $20 a day seems sorta frivolous now, right?