You have a lot of options when it’s time to shop for insurance. We’re biased, but we think your best option is an insurance broker, because…Well read the articles. You’ll get the idea.
Has this ever happened to you? You call an insurance broker, give them all your information, and get back a super quote that meets all your needs at a price that might be significantly cheaper than what you are currently paying. Read more
Why doesn’t the brokerage that won innovator of the year and brokerage of the year use online quoting tools?
We live in the age of online. You can fill a prescription, design your own business cards or get a four course meal delivered, all without talking to a soul. It makes sense then that many Canadians now prefer to get their auto insurance quotes online, and there are lots of options available to them when they do. Read more
Much has been said about the value of working with an independent insurance broker for all your insurance needs. Unlike buying directly online from the insurance company or through an insurance agent, dealing with a broker means that you have access to more than one insurer.
There are several differences between an insurance agent and an insurance broker, but there is one key difference that sets them worlds apart: a broker is an insurance expert that works for you, whereas an agent is an insurance expert that works for the insurance company – and one company at that. Since an insurance broker represents many insurance companies, you can relax while they do the shopping around for the best coverage and the best rates for you.
I am always interested in new technologies especially when I can see how they can make our service faster and more convenient for our customers. These days, not many people have time to visit an insurance office to sign documents or even shop around for insurance quotes. This is where digital technology plays a major role in making the insurance process easier for everyone. Read more
What’s the difference between an insurance agent and an insurance broker? Since we don’t buy insurance regularly most people don’t really know what the difference is or why it should matter to them.
I’m often asked how we are handling competition from direct writers and our feelings on insurance company affinity programs, as well as hearing our broker colleague’s talk about how these are threatening their businesses. It’s a fair question and concern, but I’m not sure it’s a threat as much as an opportunity. Read more