ISU Wissink Agency

ISU-Wissink Insurance Agency is an independent insurance agency who has been serving California residents and businesses successfully since 1953. Choosing and purchasing insurance can be a complex task. Luckily, there is someone out there who can help you with the process, make sure you get the best deal possible and answer all your questions–an independent agent.

What You Need to Know About Declarations Page(s)

When you buy any type of insurance policy, you end up with a stack of papers that would take you a year to read if you went through them page by page. It can be overwhelming, to say the least. This is why insurance agents provide you with what is commonly known as a declarations page. It is a complete summary of your insurance policy and everything that it contains. It's much easier to read and will provide all of the information in one place. What Is a Declarations Page? A declaration Read More

5 Tips New Landlords Can Rely on When Renting a House

As a first-time landlord, there are certain things you will want to do to get off to a good start. Take a few minutes to go over this list and maybe add a few things of your own as you go. The key to being a good landlord is to use common sense and treat your tenants the way you would expect to be treated. Know Landlord/Tenant Laws Take the time to go over the landlord/tenant laws in your area. This will let you know exactly what you should do if certain situations arise. These laws have Read More

Life Insurance for Smokers: Here’s What You Need to Know

The fluctuating price of monthly premiums often prevents people from purchasing life insurance. This is especially true if you have a habit such as smoking. Even if you only smoke occasionally, you may pay much higher premiums for your policy compared to a nonsmoker. Here is a look at life insurance rates for smokers and how that may impact you in the future. Why Life Insurance for Smokers Is Unique If you smoke regularly, the terms of your life insurance policy will differ compared to Read More

Guide to Auto Insurance for Disabled Drivers

For most drivers, obtaining auto insurance is a pretty direct process. However, things can get complicated if you have a disability. While some basic aspects remain the same, other variables may impact your coverage. Here is an in-depth look at car insurance for drivers with disabilities. Basic Auto Insurance for Disabled Drivers Even if you have a disability, most insurers will still look at your driving record, the amount of coverage that you are looking for, and your credit score to Read More

5 Common Insurance Policy Myths

Insurance can be incredibly confusing. Most people have a basic understanding of premiums and how they believe insurance works. The fact is most myths and misconceptions come from miscommunications or misunderstandings about the terminology in their policy. This is why it is so vital that you always ask questions when your policy is being written. Myth 1: I will receive full value when I file a claim. When you purchase insurance, you are buying protection against financial loss. An Read More

Save Money by Reviewing Quotes for Your Homeowners Insurance Regularly

Your homeowners insurance policy is just like anything else you purchase. Prices will change over time, and there will always be another insurance company out there that would love to try and earn your business. Taking the time to review your homeowners insurance regularly will not only save you money. Still, it will also give you leverage so that you can get the best possible coverage for your property. Insurance Companies Compete for Your Business Insurance companies always compete with Read More

5 Advantages of a Hybrid Life Insurance Policy

Hybrid life insurance is not like conventional insurance. It combines two policies into one, covering both long-term care needs and life insurance. This leaves fewer gaps and ensures the customer has the coverage they need for the rest of their lives. The long-term care coverage kicks in if you are diagnosed with an ongoing health condition. If you don't use your policy's long-term care portion, the death benefit from the life insurance will go to your loved ones. 1.Easy to Get Traditional Read More