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7 TIPS EVERY HOMEOWNER NEED TO KNOW ABOUT INSURANCE

1. WHAT IT COVERS
Most home insurance policies will pay for damage to your home & possessions in the events of storms, fire, theft, or vandalism. Home insurance also provides liability insureance if someone gets hurt on your property and decides to file a lawsuit. Home insurance can also cover the costs of a hotel if you are temporarity displaced from your house.



2. WHAT IT DOESN'T COVER
Standard policcies have exclusion, including; earthquakes, power failure, war, nuclear hazard, government action, faulty zoning, bad repair or workmanship, and defective maintenance. Flooding and water damage are usually only covered in certain conditions

3. YOU SHOULD SHOP AROUND
Take the time to research your prospective insurance agencies before you commit to a policy. Read reviews and consider recommendations from friends and family. Finding a cheap rate is great - but remember that in the case of an emergency you will need to be dealing with the insurance company directly. Having an insurance company with great customer service can really help alleviate some of the stress in an already stressful situation with your home.

4. HOW TO LOWER YOUR RATES
Did you know that having things like a working smoke detector and burglar alarms can lower your rates Preventative actions can reduce premiums. Insurance agents typically price your premium based on how much risk they foresee. So, by reducing your liability risks, you can qualify for lower rates.
You may also save some money by bundling your other insurance policies, like car or life insurance, with your home owners.

5. DON'T WAIT TO FILE A CLAIM
Make sure you report any possible claims as soon as possible. Many insurance companies have a time limit for reporting claims. If you wait too long, you may not be eligible for benefits, especially if waiting has caused the problem to worsen. This is especially true in instances of water damage - where mold can set it quickly and raise the costs of repair.

6. KEEP A RECORD
It is important to document everything that occurs during a loss. Write down the damages, and what you have done to help mitigate the damages.
In addition to saving receipts, contracts, and appraisals, document phone calls by writing down who you spoke to and when. Insurance claims can be cumbersome and confusing. Don't depend on your memory alone to remember all the details.

7. HOW JEWELRY IS COVERED
Jewelry is usually covered in a homeowner's policy - but beware - it is typically only covered to a certain amount. When you sign up for homeowner's insurance, be sure to ask your agent about the limits. If you own jewelry which has a value that exceeds the standard policy, you may want to consider buying supplemental insurance so that incase it is lost or stolen- you are covered 100%.

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Why Millennials Choose to Buy Home

According to NerdWallet's Millennials & Homebuying Study, the top 5 reasons young renters choose to own are:

Why Millennials Choose to Buy Home Feng Shui

1. To Have Control over Their Living Space - 93% 
Many Millennials who rent a home or apartment prior to buying their own homes, dream of the day that they will be able to paint the walls whatever color they'd like, or renovate an outdated part of their living space. Many others who have waited to add a pet to their families daydream about the day that they'll be able to go pick out their 'furever'friend. Owning your own home gives you the freedom to make those choices.



2. To Have a sense of Privacy & Security - 90% 
It is no surprise that having a place to call home, with all that means, in comfort and security, is the #2 reason. As a homeowner, you have control over who has access to your home, and you are able to secure it how you see fit.

3. To Live in a Nicer Home - 81% 
Similar to the #1 reason, when you purchase a home, you can choose to live in a nicer home or choose to renovate a home & restore its glory. Owning also allows you to accommodate your growing family or a family member who may need to move in.

4. To Feel Engaged in Their Community - 75% 
Owning a home in a community is one of the major reasons why residents become more civically involved. The stakes are raised once your home value is directly tied to the neighborhood and community in which you live.

5. To Have Flexibility in Future Decisions - 53% 
Owning a home allows you to use your monthly housing cost as a savings account that can be borrowed against in the future. Having this option available during uncertain times is just one of many reasons why homeowners feel more secure in their homes.

"The majority of millennials said they consider owning a home more sensible than renting for both financial and lifestyle reasons - including control of living space, flexibility in future decisions, privacy and security, and living in a nice home."


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6 HERB THAT PREVENT HAIR FALL AND DANDRUFF



1. Bringraj
Bringraj is a powerful and well-known herb which has been in use for centuries when it cones to hair care. This herb improves hair growth and fights dandruff as well.
2. Amla
Amla is a powerful herb which is known for its ability to protect hair. It reduces hair fall and strengthens hair naturally
3. Shikakai
Shikakai is another herbal ingredient which is common is herbal shampoos. It has got amazing properties when it comes to hair care. It nourishes and strengthens hair.
4. Henna
Henna improves shine and provides attractive colour to hair, it keeps them shiny and also treat split ends, dryness and brittleness.
5. Neem
Neem cleanses scalp, suppress bacteria presence, nourish hair follicles, remove blockages which stop hair from coming out scalp and treat thinning of hair.
6. Kalonji
Kaloji maintains scalp health, stimulates haor regrowth, curbs hair fall, prevents graying and conditions hair naturally.

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Top 10 Scary Filipino Urban Legends

Another day, another scary urban legends video - today I'm doing a highly requested country that a lot of you guys have asked for - the Philippines. Located in South East Asia - this country is made up of over 7 and a half thousand islands - many of which have their own unique cultures, traditions and of course - very scary stories. And this is the Top 10 Scary Filipino Urban Legends.



10. The Snake Man
For many years now, there has been a story going round in Manila of a half snake half human hybrid that stalks a local mall. The mall belongs to Robinsons Malls which is owned by Robina Gokongwei - Pe. People say she had a set of twins - one of them was born normal, the other came out as a half snake half human with an insatiable appetite for human flesh. Robina panicked about what she would do with this creature that was still her child so - she came up with a plan.

She is said to have opened up the shopping mall so that she could hide her son in the basements and tunnels below. According to the stories, as shoppers tried clothes on inside the dressing rooms, they would be swallowed by remote-controlled floors where the Snake Man would be waiting below to devour them. In 2015, a video emerged online claiming to show the Snake Mans body - it appears to be dead. The video remains unverified though and this strange urban legend continues.

9. The Elevator
There are variations of this urban legend all over the Philippines but they often follow the same pattern. A doctor in a hospital walks into an elevator with another patient inside. As they face the doors, they see a small boy running down the hallway towards the elevator - his eyes wide and pale. They quickly press the close door button and the boy is shut out just as he gets to the elevator. As the elevator makes its journey down to the basement - the patient turns to Doctor and says -why did you do that? The little boy wanted to get on and you stopped him- … the Doctor took shook their head slowly and says -I wanted to, but he had a red wristband on. We only put those on people that have died- … the patient looked down for a moment in silence, and there raised their own arm up to the doctor, smiled and said -just like my one!

8. Mount Banahaw
This a well known and sacred mountain in the Philippines - but with all the respect it receives, it also has its fair share of scary stories. Perhaps the most famous ones involve the disappearing hikers. Locals say they go up the mountain and never return - no trace of them is ever found. They say that this is a landing site for alien spaceships and those aliens have been abducting the hikers for years. These visitations have been witnessed by hundreds of people including a TV crew who filmed it.

One story involved some hikers spending the night on the sloped of the mountain. One of them woke up and decided to sleep outside of the tent as it would be more comfortable. Then, there was a blinding light and the hiker woke up - it was the next morning - and they were on top of an entirely different mountain. They eventually reunited with the other hikers and said they had no explanation for how they ended up so far away - except that they had been abducted by aliens.

7. The My Way Killings
In the early 2000s - a fear gripped people across The Philippines - a particular song seemed to be killing people - My Way by Frank Sinatra. It was a popular Karaoke choice at the time but became infamous for a number of deaths related to it. In 2007 for example, a 29-year-old man singing at a bar in San Mateo, Rizal, was shot dead as he sang the song at karaoke by the bars security guard. Why? Because the guard thought the man's rendition was out of tune and when the victim refused to stop singing, the guard pulled out his pistol and shot him dead. This became a fairly common story with at least 10 documented cases between 2002 and 2012. People began to associate singing the song with being killed. In 2007, the song was taken off karaoke machines in many bars in Manilla. Even people who were skeptical before will choose to avoid this song for fear of invoking the curse.

6. The Headless Priest
This legend goes back hundreds of years - kept alive by just how grisly and gruesome it is. During the Filipino revolution and World War 2 - many Filipino priests were beheaded by soldiers. As many of you are probably aware - a common theme with ghosts is that they cannot rest until they have found the peace which they could not in life. For these headless priests - that peace can only be found when they are reunited with their head. Many people claim to have seen their ghosts prowling graveyards at night, searching for their heads - or perhaps even more scarily, carrying them under their arms - looking for a way to reattach them. They cannot speak but they will still approach you if they see you, in the hopes that you can reattach their head and send them to the afterlife.



5. The Devils Mountain
We talked about Mount Banahaw earlier - if that's a good and sacred mountain, then this might be the polar opposite. Its name is Mount Cristobal and it has gathered a reputation for being the home of many evil creatures - perhaps even the devil himself. There have been a number of cases of hikers going missing along the dark and dense trails - officials put it down to their poor choices or inexperience but many locals disagree. They say that supernatural beings have been attacking people when as they try to climb the mountain. Naturally, this puts a lot of people off but some relish the idea. It's a common belief that if you can get through the dense forest and fight off the supernatural creatures - you can reach the top and challenge the devil himself. For most people though, simply feeling the ominous presence as they approach the mountain is more than enough for them.

4. The Bloody Bridge
The San Juanico Bridge is an aid to be the longest bridge in the Philippines - but for many people in the area, that's not why it's well known. It connects the sister islands of Samar and Leyte. It was built as a gift from Ferdinand Marcos, former President of the Philippines, to housewife Imelda who was a native of Leyte. He left her in charge of the building. During its construction, locals began to notice a number of children were disappearing from both Samar and Leyte.

Then, when the bridge was complete, the children stopped vanishing. How were the two connected? Well, this is the gruesome part. Some say the foundations of the bridge were made stronger by mixing in the blood of babies and street children using an ancient ritual used to strengthen structures. Some even say the bodies of the children were added to the cement mixer by construction workers while preparing the cement. Amazingly - there are even more gory versions of the story out there - the only thing they have in common is that this bridge might not have been made in the normal way.

3. The Romblon Triangle
You may have heard of the Bermuda Triangle before - well this is the Filipino equivalent. Over the years, this area has seen many ships disappear under mysterious circumstances - if they manage to not disappear, many ships have gone down in tragic circumstances. Since 1980, a number of passenger ships have sunk, some of which with thousands of passengers on board. Then there is the legend of the ghost ship - the ship was owned by Lolo Amang in life and now haunts the waters. It is said to be made up of gold and glimmers in the night.

On April 22nd, 1980, the Don Juan passenger ship crashed into an oil tanker with 1,000 people on board - it quickly sank. Survivors said that just before the crash, they saw the ghost ship approaching them - there seemed to be some sort of party on board as it glimmered in the night. The captain of the Don Juan tried to swerve out of the way to avoid the ghost ship and ended up crashing into the oil tanker which ultimately sank them. Officials say the strange occurrences are nothing more than bad weather or luck - but locals say that far too many stories have come from the triangle for it to be bad weather.

2. The White Lady of Balete Drive
This one comes from Quezon City where locals believe one street is haunted above all others - all thanks to the White Lady. She is said to be a harbinger of death, a revenge ghost that wants the living to feel the fear and terror she felt before she died. She has been seen since the 1950s - appearing then vanishing along the road, even materializing inside peoples cars as they drive. The stories tend to go the same way - a driver will be going down the road when they see a beautiful woman standing by the side, looking for a lift. They pick her up but after a while, of talking they look in their rearview mirror to see her face is twisted, torn, bruised and oozing with blood. Locals have learned to not pick up hitchhikers on that road and to certainly never look in the rearview mirror. Several taxi drivers have been said to crash in the area from the shock of seeing the White Lady - many say this is what she wants, to cause the pain and suffering which led to her own death on that dark and creepy road.

1. Maria Labo
This is the name of a famous woman in some parts of the Philippines - they say she was a vampire. In life, she was a caring mother and wife who wanted to give the best life to her family. One day, she signed up as an Overseas Filipino Worker and moved to Canada to care for sick people. One of the patients was dying from an unknown disease. Later on, before his dying breath, the patient learned in and but Maria, passing on his vampiric powers to her. She accepted the power without knowing the price she would have to pay.

Maria returned to the Philippines where her hunger for human blood began to grow. She could contain it no longer and eventually killed and cooked her own two sons. After that, she became an Aswang, Philippine folklore creatures that feast on humans. Her husband returned home to find what she had done and flew into a rage. He attacked her and slashed her face with a bolo knife. She managed to escape though and now locals say that if you ever see her lurking in the shadows - you'll know it's her from the huge scar across her face - then, it's up to you to start running.

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Top 10 Scary Russian Urban Legends Part 2

With a country as large and as old as Russia - we were never going to fit all of the best creepy stories into just one video where we? That's why you requested to hear more and that's why I went away and gathered all of the ones I wanted to include before and many that are even better than the 1st part - and have them here for you today. Hope you're reading for the Top 10 Scary Russian Urban Legends - Part 2



10. The Red Piano
The story goes like this: a little girl who wanted to play the piano got one on her birthday from her parents. She excitedly practiced for weeks but one day her fingertips began to hurt. She was told this was normal and just bruising from over-practice - if she kept going then her fingers would get used to the pressure. The girl continued to practice but it began to take its toll on her - she grew thinner and paler every day. After a month, the piano broke. The only person in the town who could fix it was an old woman. When she arrived, she told the parents and the girl they needed to stay out of the room as she worked on the piano as she didn't want any distractions. After a while she emerged, the piano was fixed. The girl went back to practicing but after a few days she became so weak again she could barely walk across the room.

The piano broke again. The old lady arrived and again told them to leave while she worked. The parents were curious about how she fixed the piano and so they looked into the room through the keyhole. They saw the old lady open the piano and take a glass jar out filled with what looked like blood - then, she started to drink it. The parents called the police who arrested the old lady. They examined the piano and found that the keys had tiny needles built into them, so small they were practically invisible to the naked eye. As the girl played the piano she suffered tiny cuts which drained her blood, drop by drop into the jar. The piano was designed to break when the jar was full so that the old lady could come and drink her fill.

9. Koschei the Deathless
In Russian folklore, this evil being is known as -The Kidnapper of Brides- … he is said to look like a skeleton wrapped in a thin, transparent film of skin. He resides in limbo between the world of the living the world of the dead. He appears in stories throughout Russia as a sorcerer with endless wealth, kidnapping young girls to be his wives. In one tale he turns an entire Kingdom into a rock and another of its people into frogs. He is also blind and in order to see his enemies, he asks his servants to lift his eyelids. He is seen by some as part of marital initiation - a bride may only marry once the groom has defeated this twisted being.

8. The Yellow Curtains
One day, a family of four moved into a new house which needed curtains. As they went to buy them, they remembered their recently deceased grandma hated yellow curtains and always told them to never get them - even after her death. Of course, as they walked around the market, all they saw was yellow curtains. After searching and searching for something else, they gave up and bought them. They brought them home and put them up in the room where their little boy and girl lived. That night, the curtains began moving and woke the boy up.

Then, they started talking -Hey boy, get up- they said. The boy got up. -Hey boy, go wash your face and eat breakfast- they continued. The boy did as he was told. -hey boy, come to the window and see how your grandmas hanging up the laundry outside. The boy was puzzles but approached the window. At that moment, the curtains grabbed him and threw him out of the window to his death as the family slept. Then the curtains did the same to the girl. Police investigators found hairs on the curtains and tracked down the old lady who sold them the carpet. The old lady broke down and said she would help - she said the only thing these curtains were scared of was a magic scalpel hidden inside the giant star on top of the Kremlin. The police retrieved the scalpel and took it to the curtains where they went to cut a piece of it off for examination. No sooner had the scalpel touched the curtains than they exploded - no trace of them were found.

7. The Coffin on Wheels
This story starts with a little girls mother who was very ill. In her final days, she told her daughter that if she died, the girl should never paint her nails with red varnish. The mother died and in the girls grief, she dismissed what her mother had told her - she thought it was her illness talking. After some time, the girl forgot her mothers warning and painted her nails red one day. As she finished, the radio flickered on and and a demonic voice said -Hey, little girl! Remove the varnish from your nails! A coffin on wheels has found your town and is looking for your street- … the girl was confused and thought it must be a glitch.

She turned the TV on but the same voice came out instantly -Hey, little girl! The coffin on wheels has found your street and it looking for your house. Take off your nail polish!- … terrified, the girl scrubbed her nail polish off and rushed to the phone to call her friend. Instead of her friends voice though, she heard the same voice -Hey, little girl! The coffin on wheels has for your house. Now it's looking for your flat, take off your nail polish!- she threw the phone down and kept scrubbing but the polish wouldn't come off. She heard a knock at the door but couldn't see anyone through the peephole. She opened the door and there was the coffin on wheels. It slowly opened and her mother stepped out. -Why didn't you listen to me she screamed?- … then she strangled her daughter to death. This story alone has kept the scary legend of the coffin on wheels alive.

6. The Old Woman of Ostankino
This legend is of a ghostly figure who is said to appear in the Ostankino district of Moscow. It's not a new legend either - the ghost of this old woman has been appearing to people for over 5 centuries. Other than appearing to ordinary Russians - she is said to appear to powerful Russian leaders to warn them of coming danger. She would share insight on coming plagues or foreign invaders. All she asks for in return is that they never farm the land on which she appears on. Legend says that one leader didn't listen to her and ordered that land to be farmed on. The Old Woman called up the spirits that occupied the land and made them posses the local people - driving them to insanity and suicide. Its been years since then but some locals say she is still capable of doing the same.



5. Metro 2
This legend says that the soviet union constructed a secret metro system underneath Moscow. It was apparently ordered by Joseph Stalin and said to be connected directly to the Kremlin. The secret government usage is just the tip of the iceberg though - many locals swear that strange hybrid creatures lurk down there - the product of experiments in society labs that were deemed too hideous to ever be seen by the public. Sympathetic scientists released these creatures into the hidden metro in the hopes they could live out somewhat of a normal life. For a while, the public didn't believe the stories of people seeing these creatures scuttling out from the ground - but then several soviet union defectors came forward and swore it was real. Now, urban explorers are constantly on the hunt for Metro 2 and its mutant inhabitants.

4. The Black Curtains
One day, a girls mother sent her to the store to buy some curtains for the house. She told her to not get black ones - another other color or type will do - but not black ones. Naturally, the shop the girl went to only had black curtains in stock - the girl decided to get them as they are surely better than no curtains. The mother was not happy but agreed to put the curtains up. The next morning, the family woke up to find that the Father had been strangled in the night.

The night after the same happened to the girl's mother and brother. The police arrived and decided to set up a trap for whoever the mysterious stranger was. They hid as the girl went to bed. In the dead of night, they began to see the black curtains stretching, twisting and turning - reaching up towards the girl's bed and around her neck. The police bust out and fired their guns at the curtains. The curtains let out a demonic screech as the bullets ripped through the black fabric - letting out a foul black liquid where blood should be. Then, they fell to the floor - motionless. The girl survived. This story has left some with a deep superstition of black curtains … maybe just to be safe.

3. The Haunted Kremlin
The Kremlin is the fortified hub of Moscow and has been the seat of Russias leadership for many years. It was first built in the 15th century and in the years since then, its built up a reputation for being incredibly haunted. People say the ghosts of former leaders still wander the corridors, doomed to haunt because of unfinished business in life. Nicholas the 2nd appears before a Russian disaster occurs. Ivan the Terrible has been seen in the shadows and on the bell tower. They say he cant find peace as a ghost because he killed his own son, a deed that still haunts him in his afterlife. Even the famous Soviet Leader Lenin is sighted at the Kremlin. Whats even creepier is that his ghost was seen by several people even when he was still alive - but it was unable to move - almost as if it was waiting for him today. That's exactly what happened though just 3 months after the first sighting.

2. The Black Tram
One day, a little boy in a small town was on his way home from school. It was a route he had done many times before but for some reason, on this day, he found himself in an area he just didn't recognize. The streets were unfamiliar and empty - lined with different buildings and trees. The strangest thing was how dark it was, even though it was daytime just minutes before. He saw a tram stop and decided to catch one, hoping to get to somewhere he knew. The board with the routes on was strange though - each tram was numbered with years. One said 1932 to 1958. Another said 1983 - 1995. They reminded him of dates on a Gravestone.

Then, a tram began rolling towards the stop. It was very old looking and moved almost silently. It was also a deep, jet black in colour - like a hearse. As it came to a stop and the doors opened, the boy felt something pull him inside, like a gust of wind pushing him forwards. He shook it off and stepped back onto the street. Suddenly, the black tram was gone. He looked around and found himself on a lively street that he knew. As he walked home, he suddenly remembered that the trams number had been his birth year and the current year was next to it, flickering, waiting for him to step inside. Some people believe the black trams are responsible for peoples disappearances - pulling them in unless they have the willpower to fight back and live another day.

1. Golosov Ravine
This is a park in Moscow which is known to the people there as being built around ancient stones said to be -sacred and pure- … perhaps that's the reason the ravine has been home to many strange legends over the years. One of them tells of a group of Mongol soldiers who entered the ravine to explore it. A cloud of mist emerged and got thicker as they moved further into the ravine until it completely surrounded them. The soldiers left the ravine a few minutes later and found the land unrecognizable - a hundred years had somehow past. Locals believe than on misty days, the Golosov ravine becomes a time portal. They say this explains the disappearances that have happened to people ever since. People say they are not gone for good - and they will emerge from the future in the ravine as if no time had passed for them at all.

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