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Posted: May 6, 2019As Florida hurricane season draws closer, you can move forward with hurricane prep to help protect your home and property from the effects of severe weather events. This blog series from Olympus Insurance continues with more helpful tips for storm preparation and loss prevention. Doors and Windows Check seals around doors and windows (use a […] The post Hurricane Season Prep 2019, Part 2: Indoors... Read Article
Posted: April 27, 2019It’s almost hurricane season in Florida again, and it’s time to talk about hurricane prep. There’s a lot you can do to help prevent damage to your home and loss of property due to storms. This blog series from Olympus Insurance can help show you how and where to “batten down the hatches” before the […] The post Hurricane Season Prep 2019, Part 1: Outdoors... Read Article
Posted: April 15, 2019Business interruption insurance is designed to cover income lost when an event beyond your control forces you to close your business temporarily. This extra layer of protection goes beyond common business insurance policies. For example, if a fire in your office forces you to shut down temporarily, property insurance will cover the damage from the fire, but not the loss of income. The lost income... Read Article
Posted: April 1, 2019If you are considering purchasing a townhome or duplex, you may be wondering if coverage under a homeowners policy would be different than coverage for a single-family dwelling. Our knowledgeable agents will be happy to explain the coverage for each type of dwelling and help you find a policy that suits your needs at the best available rates. What Are Townhomes and Duplexes? Perhaps the... Read Article
Posted: March 26, 2019For many Floridians, their primary residence is one of their biggest investments. With tax day approaching, it’s time to review potential 2018 real estate tax deductions for Florida homeowners. Recent tax reforms have slightly altered what you can deduct on your return for the year 2018 compared to 2017, so make sure to schedule a […] The post It’s Tax Season – Five Tips for... Read Article