If your home is your most valuable asset, you need to make sure it is properly insured.
Your home is more than just the place where you live. It’s where you raise a family, make memories, and store a lifetime of family belongings. If a catastrophic event were to happen, could you afford to rebuild? If all of your valuables were stolen, could you afford to replace them? For most home owners, the answer is no. That’s why it is so important to have your insurance needs reviewed and updated by a qualified professional.
CNI values our client relationships which is why we take a consultative approach, thoroughly reviewing your individual insurance needs, in a collaborative effort to provide our clients insurance solutions and multiple options.
As an independent insurance broker CNI represents 10 personal lines insurance companies with access to many more. Once we identify your specific insurance needs and submit the required information, CNI’s quote system will automatically quote with several highly rated insurance companies to find the best insurance “value.” CNI defines “value” as the broadest and most comprehensive coverage forms and conditions required to meet your specific insurance needs combined with the most competitive price.
Please refer to our Personal Lines Value Proposition that highlights the full range of services CNI can provide to you.
Don’t forget that if you own a high-value home, you may need additional coverage. Click here to learn more about how our agency can cater to those in a higher income tax bracket.
Our online quote form allows you to get the homeowner insurance quoting process rolling from the comfort of your home computer- simply fill out the form on this page to get the process started. If you have any questions or if you want to further details about the coverage we offer, you can reach one of our team members toll free at 800-562-3073.
CNI also provides access to all personal lines needs of our clients : home, auto, watercraft, life insurance, disability insurance, etc.. (Click on CNI’s Personal Lines Proposition for additional information.)