American Home Shield (AHS) is the trailblazer for all home warranty companies. Founded in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1971, AHS prides itself on being the first home warranty company in the world.
AHS is best known for its three warranty plans which have funded over $2 billion of claims to more than 2 million customers. In November 2020, AHS added American Home Shield ProConnect to its portfolio of products. ProConnect is for people not covered by an AHS home warranty but who need emergency home system or appliance repairs. ProConnect offers an on-demand service and can send a professional the next day.
Cover Your Assets (CYA) has provided peace of mind to homeowners for thirty years. Its extensive home warranty coverage was created by Consumer Priority Service (CPS), and customers have the option to cover the whole household items, bundles, or individual items. Home warranty plans are customizable and can be tailored to your household needs.
CYA stands out from its competitors as the company goes beyond the traditional systems and appliances that most home warranty providers cover. CYA offers coverage for a wide range of electronic devices that are so common today, such as laptops and cell phones.
CountryWide Debt Relief specializes in helping customers manage their debts through debt consolidation and debt settlement. CountryWide was formed in 2008 and is based in Santa Ana, California. Since its formation, CountryWide has established a trustworthy, reliable reputation supported by its A+ Better Business Bureau rating. The company is also a member of the American Fair Credit Council, the leading body governing debt relief in the US.
CountryWide prides itself on giving each debt problem an individual solution and aims for customers to be debt free within 1 to 4 years. CountryWide is also known for its debt support approval guarantee, which ensures that you will be taken on as a client if certain conditions are met.
Earnest, the accredited online lending company, was founded in 2013 and has grown to become a stellar success, having refinanced over $17 billion of student loans. Earnest has also developed a reputation for outstanding customer satisfaction levels, boasting an A+ Better Business Bureau rating due partly to the low-interest rates available.
While the company began by only offering student loan refinancing, Earnest started offering private student loans for different borrower types in 2019. Earnest was acquired by student loan giant Naviant in 2017, and the company is now headquartered in San Francisco, California.