Purchasing home insurance can be stressful because your home is probably your most valuable asset. Make sure you understand what your policy covers and how to get the right coverage for your needs.
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Personal Umbrella Liability
Did you know that if someone gets hurt on your property – even if it is not your fault – you can be sued? If you don’t have the right insurance coverage, seemingly small accidents can result in large bills.
You may be surprised at how affordable motorcycle insurance is because your motorcycle costs less and is typically less likely to do as much damage if you are involved in an accident.
The price of policies varies, but you can typically insure all of your possessions at your property for between $15 – $30 per month. Your policy can cover theft, loss of personal property, and liability.
Some are under the impression that homeowner insurance extends to boats, but unless your boat is very small and doesn’t include a motor, you’ll need a separate policy for your boat.
Antique and Specialty
Antique cars or other special cars you own deserve special insurance policies to keep them protected. Educate yourself about the special stipulations you may encounter insurance an antique or special car.
Did you know that if you are vacant from a dwelling for 30 to 60 days your insurer may reserve the right to cancel your policy? Even vacation homes somtimes may need special coverage.
Don’t just rely on your condo association’s insurance. Your condominium unit owner policy bridges the gap between your condo association’s policy and your personal liability and property protection.
Did you know that your homeowner’s insurance policy will not cover your house in case of flooding? Make sure you do your research before assuming that you don’t need to purchase a flood insurance policy.
Rented Dwelling Coverage
Oftentimes homeowners who are unable to sell a house after buying a new one put their home up for rental and neglect to change the insurance policy. Neglecting rented dwelling coverage puts them at risk.