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  1. The standard homeowner policy applies to your personal property in addition to the structure of your home. Personal property insurance is sometimes not as simple as home insurance. Read on to learn more about the nuances of insuring your belongings. What is personal property insurance? Personal property insurance, or personal property insurance, protects items inside your home - such as furniture, appliances, and other personal items-from many things that can destroy them. The great thing about this part of homeowners insurance is that your belongings are also protected outside the home. So whether they are destroyed or stolen, inside or out, your property is covered. The same type of coverage is also found in standard rental rules and condominium/co-op rules. What types of damages are covered by personal property insurance? The damage you cover depends on your policy. There are two types of homeowner / tenant / condominium insurance policies: open risk and named risk, and they determine what damage you cover.
  2. Estate agent While some will decide to sell their home privately, the vast majority of people will use a real estate agent. Real estate agents ' fees can vary greatly (from 0.75% to 3.0% of the agreed sale price + VAT) depending on the type of contract you choose, but the current average high street price is estimated to be between 1.5% and 1.8%. Given that the current average price of a property in the UK is around £ 220,000, the fee for such a sale will be more than £ 3,000. It is also worth bearing in mind that some real estate agents will specify the fee without VAT (currently it is 20%), so always make sure that the fee is clearly indicated. Remember that you may well try to negotiate fees. We always recommend that sellers try to get agents to agree to a fee of 1% + VAT. It is also important to read the contract carefully for any hidden marketing costs. Contracts with real estate agents can be complex and may include some items that you really don't want to agree to. Before you sign anything, read our guide on what to watch out for.
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    What do you children play? My children like playing yoyo Anyone else?
  4. Do you play League of Legends?
  5. 3 reasons not to borrow 1. To pay your monthly bills If you have to borrow money to pay your monthly bills, you can spend more than you earn. By sticking to a budget, you can pay your bills without having to borrow money. 2. To cover casual expenses Try to plan and save on occasional expenses, such as a new TV or vacation. If you cover these expenses with a credit card and don't pay them immediately, you may end up paying a significant amount of interest. 3. When you can't afford these payments If you are struggling to repay a debt you already have, borrowing won't solve the problem. You will only fall further behind on your payments, which will damage your credit rating. Total debt service ratio (TDSR) Your TDSR is a percentage of your gross monthly income that you use for housing and other outstanding loans and debts. Most financial institutions will not give you a loan if your TDSR exceeds 40%. 3 risks of borrowing too much 1. It can become a habit It may be easier to place large purchases or occasional expenses on your credit card. But if you don't pay off your credit card immediately, your debt will grow every month. 2. This takes money away from other important needs When you borrow money, you must pay interest. This is money that you could put into savings or spend on other things. 3. It may damage your credit rating if you don't pay your bills If you are behind on your bills, you will not be able to borrow more money when you need it, or you will have to pay a higher rate.
  6. Dude, it seems to me that this is a bad idea because the casino is not a stable income and therefore there is no need to take so much risk. I know the story of one dude who stumbled upon a new online casino in canada and started to earn just a lot of money. As a result, he quit and began to devote all his time to games in online casinos. As a result, after a few months, he began to lose and was left without money. So any white line ends and let this be a lesson to you.
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  8. Hi! Just curious about how do gay tourists feel while traveling? Do they feel safe? Confessions, just confessions