Category Archives: Insurance

Review 4 Insurance Coverages before Seasonal Storms

Hurricane season is here for coastal parts of the country. And while non-coastal areas may not be directly affected by hurricanes, everyone is susceptible to detrimental weather events, such as tornadoes, hail, severe thunderstorms and flooding. As a result, your property could suffer significant damage. Our team at Stewart Insurance and Risk Management wants to …Read more

Understanding Your Home Insurance: The BIG 3

We have previously given our top tips to consider when selecting home insurance; but what does your home policy actually protect? Whether you are purchasing home insurance for the first time or renewing for your 20th year, understanding the basics of your insurance policy is important so you can better evaluate your options.

Stewart Title Celebrates Asset Preservation Inc.’s 25th Anniversary

Stewart Title® is excited to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Asset Preservation, Inc. (API), a 1031 qualified intermediary committed to providing exchange customers with unmatched service and the highest level of security when they need to trade one business or investment asset for another. API started as a subsidiary of Placer Title Company in Northern California in …Read more

Location-Location-Location — For CAR INSURANCE not Real Estate

After expenditures on housing, the next largest recurring expenditure for most is their car, SUV or truck. Just like a house, there are ongoing costs for the future. For homeowners costs beyond the original purchase include property taxes, homeowners or condominium association fees, insurance and maintenance, some improvements, upgrades and remodels. The same is true …Read more

Stewart’s Dawn Lewallen speaks on a panel discussion at the Oklahoma Mortgage Bankers Association Annual Conference

Stewart’s Compliance Counsel Dawn Lewallen spoke on a panel discussion entitled “Bringing the new Closing Disclosure to the closing table” at the Oklahoma Mortgage Bankers Association Annual Conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The panel of experts discussed the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) regulations that will impact quoting title insurance and …Read more