Landlord insurance protects rental properties against financial ruin. In most cases, policies cover the structure(s) and/or property used for maintenance.
Yes, there is a distinction between landlord insurance and homeowners insurance. Personal property coverage is included in home insurance, which means that your personal items are protected in your home. Landlord insurance is designed to safeguard the structure of a property or residence, not your own abode.
We customize your insurance so that you only pay for what you need.
If the damage was inadvertent, the landlord could be held liable. For example, if a tenant has a fire in their kitchen, the property will almost certainly be insured.
Consider requiring Renters Insurance from your tenants. The policies are reasonable and eazy to obtain on the internet.
Your property has been damaged to the point of total loss. This coverage will ensure that repairs are made.
A maintenance worker slips and falls on your property, injuring himself. You'll be protected from any legal action taken against you by the other party.
One of your flats has been damaged by fire, and you are unable to rent it. This will compensate for the rent that was lost while the repairs were being made.
As inflation rises, so does the price of contracting repairs. This keeps up with inflation, so you're covered in the event of a catastrophic loss. This is the only coverage that is available as an add-on.
When you insure your house and rental property, consider Companion Home Protect.
You may be able to save if you haven't filed a claim with your previous insurance company is at least five years.
We'll show you the savings if you appeal a quotation before your current policy with another company expires.
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