Adam Morgan

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Adam Morgan is a former senior editor for Reviews.com. He's written about banking, credit cards, home warranties, insurance, and many other subjects (like running shoes) to give our readers the best information to assist in their buying decisions. His writing has been featured in The Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, The AV Club, The Guardian, Chicago magazine, Minneapolis Star-Tribune, and elsewhere.

More from Adam Morgan

Should I Bundle My Homeowners and Car Insurance?

Bundling your homeowners and auto insurance with the same company can lead to discounts of up to 30%, depending on individual factors. Bundling could also make insurance providers less likely to drop you in the event of “excessive” claims or violations. But in some cases, using two separate providers could still be cheaper, so it’s ...

What You Should Know About Home Warranty

Home warranties cover your home’s systems and appliances in the event that they need repairs or replacements. This can include air conditioning, plumbing, refrigerators, dishwashers and more. While home insurance covers the structure of your home in the case of an emergency, it often doesn’t cover the systems and appliances inside your home. Instead, a ...

The Home Service Club Review

The Home Service Club Review Of all the home warranty companies we’ve reviewed, the New York City-based The Home Service Club has the best website — it’s packed with great resources, well-designed, and upfront about fees, liability caps, and coverage options. That’s one reason we named The Home Service Club “best for new homebuyers” on ...

Choice Home Warranty Review

Choice Home Warranty may be new to the game — this warranty company has only been around since 2008 — but it’s a fast-growing home warranty company with robust coverage offerings. This company has two primary plan options: basic and total. Basic coverage includes 14 appliances and systems, including heating systems, electrical, plumbing and ovens/stoves. ...

How AI Is Changing Your Home Insurance (Without You Even Knowing It)

Millions of Americans have welcomed artificial intelligence into their homes in recent years via virtual assistants like Alexa, Bixby, Cortana, and Siri. Privacy concerns aside, they’ve revolutionized the way we interact with our homes and plan our lives. But would those same Americans feel comfortable entrusting AI with their home insurance? Your answer to that ...

How Much Home Insurance Do I Need?

Home insurance isn’t one-size-fits-all. There are standard policy types available from all of the best home insurance companies, but you can customize your coverage levels, adjust your deductibles, add endorsements, and augment your home insurance to make sure you’ve got everything you want covered, covered. And while there is no right or wrong answer to ...

Do I Need Homeowners Insurance and a Home Warranty?

We’ll be the first to admit it — insurance can be confusing. If you own a home, you probably purchased home insurance because your mortgage lender required it. You might even be under the impression that home insurance will cover everything in your home if it’s damaged, broken, vandalized, or stolen. But that’s not actually ...

Should You Rent or Buy Your Next Home?

We’ve all heard the expression, “renting is just throwing money away.” But millennials are 8% less likely to own a home than their parents or grandparents were at the same age, according to a study by the Urban Institute. Depending on your personal and financial goals, there are good reasons to rent a home instead ...

The 10 Most Restricted Dog Breeds for Home Insurance Companies

The hardest dogs to get home insurance coverage for: Pit bull Rottweiler Alaskan malamute Akita Chow chow Doberman Pinscher Wolf hybrids Mastiff German shepherd Siberian husky Believe it or not, owning a dog can make a massive impact on your homeowners insurance. It might seem unfair, but a dog makes your home riskier to insure ...

5 Tips for Insuring Your Vacation Home

How to Insure Your Vacation Home Do you need a new insurance policy for a second home? Probably. While your first home’s policy might extend liability coverage to a second home, it won’t insure the structure itself or your belongings. For that, you’ll need to purchase a second homeowners insurance policy (and potentially a second home warranty). Here’s ...

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