• Brush Fire

    The California Drought Causes CalFire to Increase Seasonal Staff Early

    The wildfire threat has prompted CalFire to increase its seasonal staff much earlier than normal due to the heightened awareness of the state’s drought. Several hundred seasonal firefighters have been alerted that they will begin their posts earlier than usual to help staff fire stations all over California.  There has been an unusual call for […]

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  • Earthquake Fault

    Unsafe buildings discovered following California Earthquake

    Another earthquake rattled a large portion of California forcing dozens of people to evacuate their homes; inspectors found foundation problems in many homes and buildings. A 20 unit apartment building was red tagged in Fullerton, a city in Orange County, after authorities discovered a major foundation crack. Other structural issues were found in more than […]

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  • Simple Home Insurance

    Home Insurance Online has become a whole lot simpler. (Technology)

    Up to now, all phases of the insurance underwriting cycle for homes has been hampered by a deficit of insight available to carriers. We have now created a Self Service Quote & Issue platform for real estate professionals and consumers alike utilizing the most recent advances in technology. By combining innovative location, structure, environment and […]

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  • Flood Insurance

    Flood Map Changes Made Simple for Customers

    Now revised and better than ever: Automatic Conversion to Preferred Risk Policy after Map Change Sends Refunds to customers Important flood zone map changes are coming in your area and HDA Insurance helps customers address the effects map changes might have on existing policies. HDA Insurance’s unique Automatic Conversion to Preferred Risk Policy (PRP) after […]

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  • Home surrounded in flood

    Home Insurance and Flood Insurance: What’s the Difference?

    When a homeowner discovers water in his home, the first thought that may come to mind is, “Will my insurance cover this?” That depends on a couple of things. How did the water enter your house? And what insurance policy or policies do you currently have? There are two types of insurance policies that cover […]

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  • Home Insurance Online

    When it is wise to buy Home Insurance Online

    More and more people are getting quotes and buying home insurance online according to a number research groups. HDA Insurance Brokerage, one of the nation’s leaders in technology services online, has reported a drastic percentage decline in telephone calls for home insurance quotes; yet, 5 times that same percentage in increase of online home insurance […]

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  • Home Insurance Online

    National Home Insurance Online

    Your home is your greatest investment. Home Insurance  that protects it must be chosen wisely! National Home Insurance Online can help protect your home with coverage that fits your needs without breaking your budget. HDA Insurance takes responsibility to provide you with exceptional coverage at a low premium. If you will take a little more […]

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  • Earthquake Fault

    California Homes Built On or Near Fault Lines?

    A California Legislator has introduced a bill that would prevent construction on seismic faults. If passed, Senate Bill 1155 will mandate developers and city officials to treat an unzoned earthquake fault line just like a zoned earthquake fault line, plus add an additional setback of 75 feet. California has about 7,000 miles of earthquake faults […]

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  • Protect Your Home

    5 Hazards not covered by Homeowners Insurance

    5 Hazards not covered by Homeowners Insurance When a calamity occurs, your home insurance is supposed to return you to your condition prior to the loss. This is usually true, but there are times that will prove different! Home insurance coverage does have limitations; these come in financial limits of coverage but also in voids […]

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