Fall Means Peak Hurricane Season For Virginia

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Peak hurricane season is here, Virginia! August 15th to Nov 30 is when we see some of our most active weather in the tropics. September 10th statistically marks the height of Atlantic hurricane season. NOAA's forecast calls for above-normal tropical activity this hurricane season. NOAA expects six to ten storms will become major hurricanes, with winds of 74 mph or stronger and three to five major hurricanes (category 3, 4, or 5) with winds of...

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Does the Housing Market Impact Homeowners Insurance?

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When will Virginia's housing market cool down? Who knows. We're seeing and hearing all kinds of things buyers are doing to get the home they want! If you have FOMO and are still in the market for a new home in VA, there are a few things you should know that may impact your home insurance. The last thing you want to do is have major regrets with such a major life investment. 

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How to Review Your Home and Car Insurance | NNINS

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There's a day for everything now, right?! June 28th is National Insurance Awareness Day and we may a little bit bias, but this one is actually quite important. It was created to remind people to have an annual insurance check-up. Life in Virginia happens and things change, and those changes can have a real impact on you and your family. Big things like hurricanes, car accidents, and tornadoes. Your home insurance and car insurance can protect...

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Should You Buy a Home As Is in Virginia?

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Virginia's housing market has been heating up along with summer temperatures.  With lots of buyers and too few homes, demand is high, and prices are higher. If you're house hunting right now, navigating this hot market is not for the faint of heart or the uninformed. If you've come across an "as-is" house for sale and think you've found your own sweet fixer-upper, read this first, and then go find a seasoned Virginia realtor with good...

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The 2021 Hurricane Season: Top 4 Risks For Your Virginia Home | NNINS

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May is Hurricane Preparedness Month, Virginia! An above-average season is forecasted for 2021 by the National Weather Service, predicting thirteen to twenty named tropical storms between June 1st and November 30th in the Atlantic hurricane basin. Three to five of those could turn into major hurricanes, category three or higher. Here at NNINS, we never underestimate the possible impact any big storm can have on Virginians, and for good reason....

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