There are a lot of reasons to be excited about 2015. Harper Lee’s new novel Go Set a Watchman has just come out, the sequel to one of the most popular and important American novels of all-time, To Kill a Mockingbird. The Chicago Cubs are showing life again—whether they can overcome the Curse of the Billy Goat is another matter—and state economy of Illinois is likewise getting on track after the hard times of the Great Recession. All of that bodes well for your own personal recovery, but you’re still going to need to be cautious, since as any Cubbies fan will tell you, progress can so often be halted by a nightmarish slip up.
And no matter how important the Chicago Cubs are to you personally, no baseball team can be as important as safeguarding your economic and personal future, which is why Illinois home insurance is an absolute must. The temptation is there to say that you’re a good homeowner, inauspicious, quiet, clean, and careful—what could happen to you? But as natives of Illinois know all too well, floods and storms can do quite a bit of damage to the exterior and interior alike of even the best-built homes, and that can be a nightmare in a variety of ways. For one thing, you obviously want to make sure that your home is safe to live in. You’ll need to repair your home after such a storm, but without insurance, you’ll be paying out of pocket, and that can run into the thousands, tens of thousands, or more. As if that weren’t enough, the overall value of your home can be severely impacted by a storm of that nature, and without Illinois home insurance, your ability to rebuild, refurbish, and restore the former value of your home will be severely hampered.
Then there’s the fact that a bank will almost surely require you to have Illinois home insurance as a matter of course. After all, when they grant you a loan in order for you to buy a home, your investment has officially become theirs as well, and they’re therefore going to want their investment protected. They’ll likely offer you some insurance plans of your own, but often you can get a better deal by simply searching yourself.
Take advantage of the opportunities laid before you and look into Illinois home insurance today.