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Show Your Home Some Love This Valentine’s Day With A Home Warranty

2/14/2018 6:00 AM

It’s Valentine’s Day. Have you picked up something special for all of your special someones? Chocolates and flowers for your significant other? Check. Stuffed animal for the kiddo? Check. Picked up some special dog treats for the family pup? Check. But what about your home? How can you show it some love this Valentine’s Day? How about a ServiceOne Home Warranty?

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New Year’s Resolutions For Your Home

12/20/2017 12:00 PM

Every year, people make resolutions to lose weight, shop less, save more, spend more time with friends and family, or exercise more. But what about your home? What have you resolved to do to make your home better in 2018?

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Top 4 Benefits Of A Home Warranty Or Service Agreement

11/15/2017 10:00 AM

You’ve worked a long time to provide a home for your family. You want to make sure everything is taken care of in your home, without breaking the bank! A home warranty or a service agreement might seem like an extra monthly expense to some, but what are the benefits to investing in a home warranty or service agreement to protect your home?

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Why Do Realtors Love Home Warranties?

7/26/2017 6:00 AM

A home warranty is a service agreement to provide repairs or a possible replacement on the major equipment and systems in your home. Home warranties can cover: electrical systems, plumbing systems, heating & cooling systems, and your kitchen/laundry appliances. The main benefit that comes from having a home warranty is the reassurance that you can live without having to pay out large amounts of extra money for repairs you weren’t expecting. So why is it that realtors love homes that come with home warranties?

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Home Warranty vs. Service Agreements - What IS The Difference?

3/15/2017 6:00 AM

When looking at the description of a service agreement or a home warranty, they can look extremely similar and make you wonder, “What IS the difference between these?” It’s a common question, but knowing the difference is important when choosing which one is the best fit for you and your home. Here we outline the differences between the two and the benefits of both.

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