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Homeowners Insurance Covers Halloween Mishaps

Although Americans plan to carve away at their Halloween budget this year — spending an average $75.03, about $5 less than last year, according to the National Retail Federation — overall, spending on Halloween has increased 54.7 percent since 2005. In 2013, Americans are estimated to spend $6.9 billion on décor, costumes, and candy.

With so much invested, it’s a good thing homeowners insurance covers common Halloween mishaps. Post to your blog the not-so-petrifying details in a free article, Homeowners Insurance Protects You from Halloween Horrors, from the REALTOR® Content Resource. It’s one of five free articles now available in the October “Halloween Home Horrors” article package.

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Comments
  1. Thanks for sharing this information. I have noted though that many insurers offer this type of coverage but most people are not aware. Its up to you to work with an independent home insurance agent to get more details on the mishaps that need to be covered during certain times of the year.

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