you buying or selling a home?
they are only really affordable at such times. long term they cost way
too much, better to put a 100 nucks a month in a special savings for
more important to MAINTAIN your home, every year do some repairs. look
around at things and decide furnace is 40 years old time for a new
one.... stuff like that.
absolutely the wrong approach is leaving everything go and one day
waking up with many multiple failures.
i sold a home recently and bought the warranty for the new owner. 500
bucks covered all the appliances, utility lines furnace hot warter
tank, washer dryer stocve fridge, etc. basically everything.although
nearly all the appliances were brand new.
it was a sales feature of the home.
if your looking for appliance coverage sears had the whoile home
maintence agreements covering all appliances furnaces etc. they cost a
fortune and are a bad deal, dont know if they are still available