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About Seth Greenwell

Seth Greenwell is one of the founders of the Anchor Point Realty and has been actively selling real estate since 2002. He has received several top real estate awards throughout his career for customer service and sales performance.

Seth has a true entrepreneurial spirit and loves to see everyone around him succeed. Seth is married with 4 children, plays drums in his church and thoroughly enjoys outdoor activities like hunting, fishing and exploring which makes Wisconsin the perfect place to call home.

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Seth Greenwell

Seth Greenwell


 

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    Determination of (1) a future property or liability insurance or reinsurance rate or (2) a premium for a specified future period of time. It is based on the loss experience of a specified past period of time. ...

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    Common misunderstanding about insurance. In gambling a risk is created that did not exist prior to placing a bet. Under insurance, a risk exists whether or not an insurance policy is purchased. For example, the uncertainty of one's home burning exists independent of the purchase of insurance; the pu ...

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