After over nine years in the Mortgage Industry, I had to hang up my boots when the company I worked with went out of biz. At the time, I didn't quite know what to do with myself. I thought I'd be there for the rest of my life. That was in 2009. Joining the circus wasn't a viable option, though I got along quite nicely with the clowns.
I then took a position in the Insurance Industry. Shortly thereafter, I got licensed. I've been doing that particular gig for almost three years now. My problem with that gig was quite simple ... I couldn't have my own book of business.
Then a thing called opportunity knocked. I answered the door, still wearing my boxers but freshly showered, and decided that opening that door was a pretty good idea.
So come on in ...
Very soon, I'll be writing about Insurance (Home, Auto, & Life) the way I wrote about Mortgages. The challenge is always making those posts edible for the reading eye. I think I can handle that.
And I hope you don't ever need any of them, but the truth is ... you eventually will. Statistically speaking.
Insurance is a promise. An intangible thing you pay for and can't hold in your hand. It's only an insurance card or a declarations page. Unless you know the guy offering it.
A promise is a promise.
I aim to keep promises and sell you what you need, not what you don't.