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Insurance

(This article was originally published on the Blanchard and Calhoun Insurance blog.)

Life is uncertain and life’s mishaps are inevitable. Purchasing an insurance policy that will protect your auto, health, life, business, or home will certainly not be a “one-size-fits-all” buy.  This is why it’s important that when you shop around for insurance you find a policy that is tailored to your unique needs and will take all of your risks into account.

Here are three top reasons why you need insurance:

  1. Peace of Mind: Life is unpredictable. Insurance can be a safety net when an accident occurs or a risk goes wrong.
  2. It’s the law: In most states, auto, home, and business insurance are required.
  3. Lenders require insurance: Need a loan to purchase
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A message from the Blanchard and Calhoun family to our clients and friends:

We are open for business! Because of our B&C family and clients, we’ve been lucky to serve the CSRA for over 100 years. You are the heart of our business! In an effort to protect our community while practicing extreme caution during the challenges of COVID-19, we’ve encouraged our staff to work remotely to support our agents and our clients. Modern technology enables us to provide the same level of committed service to you, while also limiting face-to-face interaction.

For our Blanchard and Calhoun Real Estate Company: We will continue to hold showings of our residential and commercial properties where possible with certain restrictions in place and, of course, tailored

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Happy Birthday Blanchard and Calhoun

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA (January 23, 2019)

On January 1, Blanchard and Calhoun launched its 100 Years 100 Stories campaign, which features articles, videos, images, and illustrations that highlight a century of service to the city, region, and beyond. George C. Blanchard and Francis A. Calhoun founded the real estate company in 1919 – the same year Prohibition began, the Treaty of Versailles was signed to end World War I, and Augusta’s first paved four-lane highway opened. Over the past century, the firm has grown to more than 250 agents and employees, developed more than two dozen neighborhoods that have changed the landscape of the community, and assisted countless families and businesses achieve their goals.

“We are honored and humbled to have been

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