Lowering Your Home Insurance Rates with a Good Credit Score

Insurance companies love people with good credit. If you do maintain a good credit score, you can demand a better price. Make sure your credit is in good shape when you apply for policies.

It’s in your best interest to check your credit reports regularly and clear up any errors or out of date information. In addition to protecting your credit score, checking your credit report is also a good way of detecting against identity theft before things get out of control

Read our article  Home Insurance and Credit Score to learn more.

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