Protect Your Condo and Yourself With Condo Insurance Coverage
This insurance helps protect the structure, built-in appliances and wall-to-wall carpet of your condo from damage.
Other structures coverage
This option covers property not attached to your condo. This can include a detached garage or a gazebo.
This protection helps cover your furniture, clothing and other items in your home from fire, smoke, wind and theft as defined by your policy.
This insurance consists of two parts: bodily injury and property damage. If an accident occurs in your condo that damages someone or something, personal liability can help pay for the damages.
Personal umbrella liability insurance
A personal umbrella policy offers an extra layer of protection for your assets. This includes bodily injury, property damage and personal injury to others for which you are held liable.
Medical payments to others
This condo coverage may help pay for medical or funeral expenses of someone who is injured on your property.
Loss of use insurance
This insurance may help pay for an increase in living expenses if you are unable to live in the home after a covered loss.
Ordinance or law insurance
This insurance may help pay to rebuild your condo to current building codes after a covered loss.
This option protects your condo and its contents from flood damages. It is a separate policy that can be purchased through the National Flood Insurance Program.
This insurance provides additional coverage due to earthquake damage. A separate deductible applies.
Scheduled personal property
This insurance provides additional coverage for high value items such as jewelry, watches, antiques and fine art.
Water backup of sewer
Broadens the coverage for loss due to water backup through sewers or drains.
Replacement cost plus
This coverage can pay up to an additional 20% of your home coverage limit if there is a total loss of your home and additional money is needed to rebuild.
Insurance terms, definitions and explanations are intended for informational purposes only and do not in any way replace or modify the definitions and information contained in individual insurance contracts, policies or declaration pages, which control coverage determinations. Such terms may vary by state, and exclusions may apply.