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(770) 579-6970
2100 Roswell Rd Ste 3208 
Marietta GA 30062
EMail: Richard@SRSBrokers.com

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Peachtree City, GA 
Phone: 404-537-3763 
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By Richard Ferguson 12 Oct, 2017

Getting a homeowners quote can only take a few minutes when you have all of your information at hand. Knowing the details of your house, including what kind of safety features you have installed, may help you qualify for money-saving discounts and help ensure that you choose the coverage that meets your needs.

There can be more questions involved in getting a homeowners quote than a car insurance quote, so it can be helpful to gather your paperwork and be ready to answer specific questions about your home in advance. Here’s a checklist to help you get started.

  1. Who lives at your house?  You may be asked for contact information about you and anyone else who lives at your house, how long you’ve lived there, your marital status, whether you run a business from the home and whether you own a dog or any pets.
  2. What’s your insurance history?  It’s good to be ready with details about your existing coverage, if your home is already covered by homeowners insurance . Do you have a mortgage on the home? Are there any prior insurance claims? How much would it cost you to rebuild your home ?  
  3. What’s your house like?  You’ll likely be asked a series of questions, including the year your house was built, the type and age of the roof, the style of the home, its exterior finish and whether or not you have a garage. You’ll also probably want to know the square footage of your home and may be asked for details on the number of bathrooms or fireplaces. This information helps determine the cost to rebuild your home and may help with determining the amount of coverage that fits your needs.
  4. What improvements have you made?  If you have made upgrades to your home since you bought it, such as replacing the roof, installing a central air system, finishing your basement, remodeling a kitchen or other updates that increase the value of your home, your existing homeowners policy may not reflect the current value and replacement cost of your home .  
  5. What kind of safety devices do you have?  If you have certain safety devices, including smart or connected home technology , a security system or fire sprinklers, you may qualify for a discount on your insurance.

Having all of this information ready to go can make it easier for you to get a quote and can help you get coverage to protect you and your family that fits your needs.

More Tools & Resources

Is Your Home Insured to Its Replacement Cost?

If your home isn’t insured to its estimated replacement cost, your homeowners policy may not cover the full cost to rebuild.

5 Tips to Protect Your Possessions with Valuable Items Insurance Coverage

Help protect personal items that may have limited coverage amounts or no coverage under the homeowners, condo or renters insurance policy.

How the Home Insurance Claim Process Works

Owning a home can mean dealing with the unexpected. Knowing how the home insurance claim process works can help give you peace of mind.

Simple Risk Solutions is an insurance broker that represent top rated insurance companies/.

By Richard Ferguson 14 Sep, 2017
Keys to lower car insurance. Preferred Auto insurance means that your information fits a profile that car insurance companies want as a customer. Credit, Credit, Credit.  Insurance companies develop prices based on a large number of factors.
By Richard Ferguson 08 Aug, 2017

We’re glad you chose to make your home here along with approximately 670,000 other residents who enjoy our high quality of life. Once you settle in, you’ll find top-notch schools, acres of park land, excellent recreational facilities, first-rate shopping and fine dining.

Find Auto, Home, Business or life Insurance.   https://www.srsbrokers.com

Get a quote online anytime at  http://www.4Quotesnow.com

Get insurance from Travelers, Safeco, Progressive, Hartford, Grange, Foremost, USLI, Berkshire Hathaway and more.

But right now, you probably have many questions. Here you’ll find information on auto tags and titles, driver’s licenses, school districts, utilities, public safety, recreation and recycling, as well as links to other sources of information.

If your residence is located inside the city limits of one of Cobb's municipalities, visit their sites for more information:


 Schools

Cobb County School District

To enroll your child in a Cobb County school, you need:

  • Proof of residency,
  • Certified birth certificate from your state department of vital statistics,
  • Immunization records on Georgia state forms,
  • Vision, hearing and dental screening records from a family physician or local health clinic.

Property Taxes & Motor Vehicles

Cobb County Tax Commissioner's Office

Property Taxes

In Cobb County, real estate and commercial property taxes are due October 15 each year. Bills are mailed August 15.

Homestead exemption applications are due April 1, and apply to the owner of the property as of January 1 of the year you submit your application.

Driver's License

Department of Driver Services

New residents must obtain a Georgia's driver's license within 30 days of establishing residency. Existing Georgia residents moving to Cobb County must update their address to their new residence.

If you are new to Georgia, visit the Department of Driver Services for more information. If you have moved to Cobb County from another county in Georgia, you can change your address online.

Voter's Registration

Cobb County Elections and Voter Registration

You must be a U.S. citizen and at least 18 years old to vote in any city, county, state or federal elections. You must be registered 30 days prior to an election to vote in that election.

There are several opportunities and locations where you can register to vote:

Library

Cobb County Public Library System

Our libraries offer a variety of materials, digital resources, programs and community meeting spaces.

Library cards are free for county residents. Cards are valid for two years, and sign-up only takes a few minutes at any of the 16 library locations .

Power

Cobb EMC

770-429-2100

Georgia Power

888-660-5890

Marietta Power

770-794-5150

Acworth Power

770-917-8903

Water

Natural Gas

Cable

AT&T U-Verse

800-288-2020

Charter

800-955-7766

Comcast

404-266-2278

Landline Phone

AT&T

800-288-2020

By Richard Ferguson 04 Aug, 2017
Maximize Your Savings Without Minimizing Your Protection. Talk to an Agent!
Lower Rates for New Roofs · Customizable coverage · Claim-free rewards · Bundle with auto and save



By Richard Ferguson 17 Jul, 2017
Maximize Your Savings Without Minimizing Your Protection. Talk to an Agent!
Lower Rates for New Roofs · Customizable coverage · Claim-free rewards · Bundle with auto & save
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By Richard Ferguson 17 Jul, 2017
I have finally decided to take the plunge and add a blog to my site. I always wanted an easy way to share information with visitors and I’m super excited to start this journey. Keep coming back to my site and check for updates right here on the blog.
By Richard Ferguson 17 Jul, 2017
Anyone can make one:
For better or worse, anyone can write a blog post about anything they want. Everyone has a voice and the best voices will rise to the top.

The writer can show their personality:
In blog posts, the writer has more leeway to add in their voice and personality than other types of writing.

Blogs are a great form of mass communication:
You can help people, learn new things, entertain your audience—the possibilities are endless and amazing. Blogging opens up all of these to a very wide audience.

You can make money:

Get the right blog going and you can make a lot of money through advertising and sponsored posts.

It allows people to craft better thoughts:
Instead of reading haphazard, uneducated Facebook statuses, it’s much better to see people’s thought process in a well-written blog post.

You can establish a community:
Blogging allows you to connect with other individuals who share the same interests. Sharing ideas and opinions within your community helps establish yourself as a thought leader.

Good for SEO:
Keeping content on your site fresh and relevant, you can use your blog to boost the search engine ranking (SEO) of your site and your business.

It brings people back to your site:

If your blog is strong enough and updated regularly, people will come back looking for more and bring traffic back to your site as well.

It’s free:
It costs you a grand total of zero dollars to post to the blog, so if you have something to say, there’s nothing to stop you.

You can establish yourself as a thought leader:

A blog is a great place for your original thoughts, and it can be a wonderful way to show off your individuality. If people like your ideas, you can become a thought leader in your industry!

What else do you love about blogs? Let me know!
By Richard Ferguson 12 Oct, 2017

Getting a homeowners quote can only take a few minutes when you have all of your information at hand. Knowing the details of your house, including what kind of safety features you have installed, may help you qualify for money-saving discounts and help ensure that you choose the coverage that meets your needs.

There can be more questions involved in getting a homeowners quote than a car insurance quote, so it can be helpful to gather your paperwork and be ready to answer specific questions about your home in advance. Here’s a checklist to help you get started.

  1. Who lives at your house?  You may be asked for contact information about you and anyone else who lives at your house, how long you’ve lived there, your marital status, whether you run a business from the home and whether you own a dog or any pets.
  2. What’s your insurance history?  It’s good to be ready with details about your existing coverage, if your home is already covered by homeowners insurance . Do you have a mortgage on the home? Are there any prior insurance claims? How much would it cost you to rebuild your home ?  
  3. What’s your house like?  You’ll likely be asked a series of questions, including the year your house was built, the type and age of the roof, the style of the home, its exterior finish and whether or not you have a garage. You’ll also probably want to know the square footage of your home and may be asked for details on the number of bathrooms or fireplaces. This information helps determine the cost to rebuild your home and may help with determining the amount of coverage that fits your needs.
  4. What improvements have you made?  If you have made upgrades to your home since you bought it, such as replacing the roof, installing a central air system, finishing your basement, remodeling a kitchen or other updates that increase the value of your home, your existing homeowners policy may not reflect the current value and replacement cost of your home .  
  5. What kind of safety devices do you have?  If you have certain safety devices, including smart or connected home technology , a security system or fire sprinklers, you may qualify for a discount on your insurance.

Having all of this information ready to go can make it easier for you to get a quote and can help you get coverage to protect you and your family that fits your needs.

More Tools & Resources

Is Your Home Insured to Its Replacement Cost?

If your home isn’t insured to its estimated replacement cost, your homeowners policy may not cover the full cost to rebuild.

5 Tips to Protect Your Possessions with Valuable Items Insurance Coverage

Help protect personal items that may have limited coverage amounts or no coverage under the homeowners, condo or renters insurance policy.

How the Home Insurance Claim Process Works

Owning a home can mean dealing with the unexpected. Knowing how the home insurance claim process works can help give you peace of mind.

Simple Risk Solutions is an insurance broker that represent top rated insurance companies/.

By Richard Ferguson 14 Sep, 2017
Keys to lower car insurance. Preferred Auto insurance means that your information fits a profile that car insurance companies want as a customer. Credit, Credit, Credit.  Insurance companies develop prices based on a large number of factors.
By Richard Ferguson 08 Aug, 2017

We’re glad you chose to make your home here along with approximately 670,000 other residents who enjoy our high quality of life. Once you settle in, you’ll find top-notch schools, acres of park land, excellent recreational facilities, first-rate shopping and fine dining.

Find Auto, Home, Business or life Insurance.   https://www.srsbrokers.com

Get a quote online anytime at  http://www.4Quotesnow.com

Get insurance from Travelers, Safeco, Progressive, Hartford, Grange, Foremost, USLI, Berkshire Hathaway and more.

But right now, you probably have many questions. Here you’ll find information on auto tags and titles, driver’s licenses, school districts, utilities, public safety, recreation and recycling, as well as links to other sources of information.

If your residence is located inside the city limits of one of Cobb's municipalities, visit their sites for more information:


 Schools

Cobb County School District

To enroll your child in a Cobb County school, you need:

  • Proof of residency,
  • Certified birth certificate from your state department of vital statistics,
  • Immunization records on Georgia state forms,
  • Vision, hearing and dental screening records from a family physician or local health clinic.

Property Taxes & Motor Vehicles

Cobb County Tax Commissioner's Office

Property Taxes

In Cobb County, real estate and commercial property taxes are due October 15 each year. Bills are mailed August 15.

Homestead exemption applications are due April 1, and apply to the owner of the property as of January 1 of the year you submit your application.

Driver's License

Department of Driver Services

New residents must obtain a Georgia's driver's license within 30 days of establishing residency. Existing Georgia residents moving to Cobb County must update their address to their new residence.

If you are new to Georgia, visit the Department of Driver Services for more information. If you have moved to Cobb County from another county in Georgia, you can change your address online.

Voter's Registration

Cobb County Elections and Voter Registration

You must be a U.S. citizen and at least 18 years old to vote in any city, county, state or federal elections. You must be registered 30 days prior to an election to vote in that election.

There are several opportunities and locations where you can register to vote:

Library

Cobb County Public Library System

Our libraries offer a variety of materials, digital resources, programs and community meeting spaces.

Library cards are free for county residents. Cards are valid for two years, and sign-up only takes a few minutes at any of the 16 library locations .

Power

Cobb EMC

770-429-2100

Georgia Power

888-660-5890

Marietta Power

770-794-5150

Acworth Power

770-917-8903

Water

Natural Gas

Cable

AT&T U-Verse

800-288-2020

Charter

800-955-7766

Comcast

404-266-2278

Landline Phone

AT&T

800-288-2020

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