3 ways home warranty companies avoid paying up

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Are you thinking about purchasing a home warranty for yourself or offering one to buyers when you sell your house? You might be surprised by the number of components in your home that a warranty won't cover.

It’s important to carefully read the complete contract before spending your money to make sure you’re signing up for the coverage you expect, but I can give you a heads up about what to look for. To learn about the many ways in which home warranties can fall short, read my Interest.com article, 3 ways home warranty companies avoid paying up.

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