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Tue Jan 7 10:44 am  #91


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You have to have your insurance and dotocr change your address in their records.  I got my own insurance and live on my own.  The insurance has my new address but the dotocr didnt.  So I had to make sure both were changed.

Tue Jan 7 11:12 am  #92


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Wed Jan 8 12:50 am  #94


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Wed Jan 8 1:17 am  #95


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Wed Jan 8 5:28 am  #96


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Wed Jan 8 5:55 am  #97


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Wed Jan 8 7:11 am  #98


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Wed Jan 8 7:43 am  #99


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Wed Jan 8 7:59 am  #100


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Home insurance peolciis are pretty standard, the only variables will be deductibles, contents, outside storage, etc.  One thing to keep in mind if you live near the coast is that ins. peolciis do not cover water damage unless driven by wind.  Therefore, if a hurricane blows your house down, you are covered (there are always exceptions), but if there is damage from storm surge or flooding, it is not covered unless you also have flood insurance.

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Wed Jan 8 8:34 am  #103


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Wed Jan 8 8:53 am  #104


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Wed Jan 8 10:16 am  #105


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Wed Jan 8 10:29 am  #106


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Wed Jan 8 11:21 am  #107


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Wed Jan 8 12:34 pm  #108


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Wed Jan 8 1:30 pm  #109


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Wed Jan 8 2:44 pm  #113


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Wed Jan 8 11:50 pm  #116


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Thu Jan 9 12:54 am  #118


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Thu Jan 9 1:32 am  #119


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Thu Jan 9 2:30 am  #120


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