Even without waterfront property, you may still need flood insurance. Find out why, and where to buy it.
When buying a home, hiring a qualified inspector is a no-brainer. However, home inspection certification is voluntary, so be careful who you hire.
projects can save you money, but if you’re buying someone else’s DIY home,
there are some precautions you should take before signing on the dotted line.
Child safety should always be at the forefront of any parent’s mind. Virginia’s passenger safety law states that all children under the age of 8 must be properly secured in a child restraint device when traveling in a motor vehicle. Virginia law is based entirely on age, according to Drive Smart Virginia. Virginia Farm Bureau was one of six Virginia insurance companies that founded that organization in 1995.
Yes, here in Virginia we do experience earthquakes and floods, but do you really need earthquake and flood insurance? Is the risk worth the savings?
According to FEMA creating your Family Emergency Communication Plan starts with one simple question: “What if?”
It's time for Virginia homeowners to think about fall maintenance.
Brush up on your winter driving skills with our 14 easy ways to avoid auto accidents this winter!
Water damage to homes is especially common when temperatures plummet. Ice and snow can cause homeowners thousands of dollars in damages each year. Renters should be on the lookout as well; water damage causes a major inconvenience when carpets are soaked (or worse).
Whether auto, home, life, or health, Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance has you covered. Get an insurance quote today.
Get your teenagers’ driving career off to a great start while saving on your auto insurance premiums with our Smart Start Program.