Protect your biggest investment with homeowner’s property insurance. A typical homeowner’s insurance policy for single-family owned homes covers your home and other structures on your property for direct physical loss.
Update Your Policy
Make sure that you update your insurance policy when anything on your house or property changes. You need to consider: Additional Living Expense -Where would you live if your home burned? Liability Coverage – How much to cover property damage and bodily injuries to others? Medical Payments to Others – How much is covered? and Inflation –Will your policy cover a catastrophic loss?
Increased Coverage for Dwelling and Contents in Homeowner’s Insurance
You may want to purchase an additional rider to your property insurance to adequately cover your house and its contents. We offer an enhanced option that can provide these added benefits: broadened risk coverage for property; personal property replacement cost coverage (reimbursement for most of your personal possessions at today’s prices, with no deduction for depreciation); higher limits for property and liability protection, including money, securities, accounts, deeds and records, jewelry, watches and furs, silverware, firearms, memorabilia and collectibles.
If you own a condominium, with this specific policy, in the event of fire, disaster or major damage, it will cover any loss that is not covered under the condo association’s policy.
With little warning, fire, a bad storm, or burglary could rob you of all you own. Your landlord’s insurance usually covers only his losses, not yours. Protect yourself and your household goods with a Renter’s Policy. In addition to protecting your possessions, our Renter’s policy also covers personal liability.