Floridians are all to familiar in dealing with the inconveniences of having no power in the aftermath of a hurricane and while having a portable generator can ease that burden, if it's not operated properly it can also be deadly.
Whether it's "do it yourself" wireless sensors and alarms, a simple doorbell camera, or the traditional company-monitored alarm system, investing in home security can offer you protection as well as savings on home insurance premiums.
On Oct. 2, the Lake Nona Chamber of Commerce will be holding its First Tuesday Business After Hours event at the Hemisphere Restaurant.
However, understanding the terms "actual cash value" and "replacement cost value" when it comes to your insurance, can be a huge factor in deciding what type of homeowners coverage you need.
While the age of a home is a factor when it comes to homeowners insurance, most insurance companies also take into account the condition of your home, explains Kin Insurance's director of insurance product management Kevin Turner.
The event will take place on Sept. 20 from 8-10 a.m. at GuideWell Innovation Center, 6555 Sanger Road.
If you're interested in learning more about the Healthcare Revolution in Lake Nona, attend this forum on Sept. 13.
In today's high-tech, social media world, everyone is taking videos and snapping photos. But in addition to all of those selfies, you may want to think about capturing some of your belongings on camera as part of a home inventory.
Homeowners should have an idea about what their policy states, especially regarding how long they have to file a claim after an incident and whether it will affect their insurance rates.
A wind mitigation inspection might sound intimidating. But in areas like Florida, that should not stop homeowners from getting one to help protect their home and potentially save money on home insurance.
According to home insurance expert Kevin Turner, hurricane proofing won't affect your insurance claim after a storm; however, those precautions could save you a lot of out- of-pocket expenses.
According to Kevin Turner, Kin Insurance's director of insurance product management, homeowners should read their policy to be sure what types of water damage are covered under their insurance.
Cancer patients soon will benefit from a one-stop research and treatment center through a University of Central Florida project that also returns $50 million invested by local governments and the developer of Lake Nona Medical City.
The Florida Department of Health in Orange County is pleased to welcome Preventive Medicine Resident Tolu Adebanjo, M.D., M.P.H.
The National Association of Realtors® (NAR) introduced a tool to help members meet their specific financial planning needs and prepare for retirement – the Center for Realtor Financial Wellness.
As we reach the peak of hurricane season, which is August through October, now is the perfect time to review your hurricane supplies according to experts. Whether you plan to hunker down in your home or have to follow a mandatory evacuation, your supplies will be key.
Many homeowners may not be familiar with wind mitigation, but for those in hurricane prone areas such as Florida, it is something that could potentially save you thousands of dollars on your home insurance.
Once upon a time, if you wanted to start a small business, you needed a whole bunch of stuff.
Orlando City Commissioner Jim Gray will host a business luncheon on Aug. 24 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Ronald McDonald House.