Don’t Risk It. Get Flood Insurance.


Have you ever been caught in a downpour while driving and looked in your rear view mirror only to find that it’s sunny and clear behind you? We understand; Florida weather is anything but predictable. We have to endure tropical storms, hurricanes, and torrential rains. Think you’re in the clear if you live inland? Think Continue Reading



The jerseys are clean, the wings are marinated, and the fresh batteries are in the remote. Football season is in full swing, and you’re feeling festive! This could mean having a lot of visitors over for the big game (you’re in such a good mood you even invited that strange neighbor from across the street). Continue Reading


Does a home insurance policy cover everything?


The short answer is no. No insurance policy covers everything, regardless of its type. Here’s why: An insurance policy is a written agreement between you and an insurance company. In return for your payment (insurance premium), the insurance company agrees to assume the risk of financial loss that would otherwise be yours. “Risk” means a Continue Reading


Hurricane Season is here: IT PAYS TO BE PREPARED


Whether you reside in Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay or anywhere in the Sunshine State, as Floridians, we are always mindful of the tropical activity in the waters surrounding our coasts. Hurricane season lasts from June 1 until November 30, and we at College Park Insurance want to make sure that you’re prepared. First, it’s important Continue Reading


What Is Renters Insurance?


“Apartment, sweet apartment” may not have the same ring as “home, sweet home,” but it’s where all your belongings are. And while your landlord’s policy covers the building you live in, it won’t cover your personal possessions in the event of a fire or burglary – and imagine how much it would cost to replace Continue Reading


Fires Have Moods


Strange concept, I know. But in the property insurance world, fires do have moods: friendly  or hostile. At its worst, fire can cause the destruction of a home and all or some of the material things that you have worked for during your life. At the least, it can cause smoke damage, water damage (from Continue Reading


The Homeowners Insurance Implications of a Home Alone


No, we’re not talking about the classic 1990 movie, Home Alone. We’re talking about leaving your home alone, voluntarily or involuntarily. First, let’s define some terms. You might think that the terms vacant home and unoccupied home are synonymous. In fact, even courts have confused the terms and considered them as meaning the same thing. Continue Reading


Go Green This Spring!


Saving money on your home’s energy bill is just what you need to fill your pockets with a little extra green this spring! Here are a few tips that will make your home an energy efficient “powerhouse.” Save water: Here’s a staggering fact – the average American uses about 100 gallons of water per day, Continue Reading


Assignment of Benefits Update


Insurance fraud is on the rise in Florida, especially during storm season when insurance claims are high. However, help is on the way to protect homeowners from shady contractors who have bilked insurance carriers and policyholders out of millions of dollars! In February, the Florida legislature drafted a bill that addresses the assignment of benefits (AOB) Continue Reading


Must-Have Interior Design Apps


For home improvement projects of all sizes, these are apps every DIY Weekend Warrior should check out: Spring cleaning can often bloom into a full-blown room (or home) renovation project. Considering a new color or mood for a room in your house?  Gone are the days of fabric swatches, wallpaper samples, and doing the “heavy Continue Reading