Property & Finance

Insuring Your Cabin

By Mark R. Johnson
Published: June 1, 2009

Insuring your vacation home almost always costs more than insuring your primary home, since it’s not occupied full-time. That makes the risk higher for an insurance carrier, especially when it comes to theft and fire. But there are some ways to reduce your homeowners insurance bill for your second home.

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