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Property Insurance

When it comes to established property, it is often hard-earned and must be equally fervently protected. While many property owners diligently maintain their properties, there are always unpredictable events: theft, disaster, accidents. For those incidents, which can be sudden, intense financial stresses, it can be necessary to use property insurance.

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Protecting Immobile Assets

Houses and condos are not mobile like other insured property such as cars or people. However, there are a number of incidents that can befall property and can range from homeowner’s insurance, to rental and rental property insurance, to specific disaster insurance.

Homeowner’s Insurance

Homeowner’s insurance policies are designed to help pay for damages to a home or things within a home. Covered damages can include loss of property to fire or storms as well as covering liability for people’s injury or property damage. Common examples of homeowner’s insurance include hazard insurance, which is required by most banks who give out mortgage loans.

Renter’s and Rental Property Insurance

Renter’s and rental insurance are two interlinked forms of indemnity policies. Tenants will file for renter’s insurance in order to protect against the loss of personal possessions from theft or damage and also covers damage to the property they are renting that are not covered by their landlord’s insurance.

Rental property insurance is designed to protect landlords from damage to their rental properties. Under a rental property policy, damages meant to repair or rebuild the property can be paid out with a qualifying claim. Most rental property insurance claims cover vandalism, accidental water damage, storm damage, or other qualifying damages.

Disaster Insurance

Some specific insurance types exist to cover incidents that are not covered by a standard homeowner’s insurance policy. One big example of this is flood insurance. Flood insurance exists to specifically cover damages associated with flooding. Flood insurance is not just for high-risk homes, but any home that could be affected by flooding from nearby bodies of water.

Fighting to Keep Property Rights

If you have a property claim that overlaps with a property insurance claim and you need to pursue justice, you will need the help of an experienced real estate law attorney. A private defense attorney is able to focus completely on your case and get you the best possible outcome.

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Property Insurance Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is property insurance?

Property insurance refers to a number of financial policies that seek to protect property, most often buildings from damage. There are a number of types of property insurance including homeowner’s insurance, renter’s insurance, condo insurance, and flood insurance.

2. Can I file a property insurance claim?

If you have an active property insurance policy and believe you have a qualifying incident, you can file a property insurance claim. However, the insurance company will also have to assess this claim and only pay out if they agree that your claim is valid.

3. Who can file a property insurance claim?

Anyone with a valid insurance policy covering a damaged property can file a property insurance claim. Landlord’s can have rental property insurance, tenants can have renter’s insurance, and homeowners can have homeowner’s insurance. Additionally, some events require specific coverage like flood insurance.

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