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If you own your own property and are planning to build yourself what kind of insurance is needed and where can you find it?

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2007-09-02 11:16:48
2007-09-02 11:16:48

Contact an agent in your area, if they do not sell this type of coverage/policy they will be able to refer you an agent that does.

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