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Home Insurance

Comprehensive protection for your home and all personal property inside as well as medical and legal coverage.

Auto Insurance

Complete coverage no matter the size or amount of damage, your policy will replace or repair your vehicle and help passengers.

Renters Insurance

More affordable than you think (less than $8 a month in most cases) and most importantly it covers all of your belongings.

Condo Insurance

There are limits to your condo association's policy and for that reason condo insurance will protect any loss you incur to the interior of your condo as well as your possessions.

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Condo Insurance

As evident by the increasing number of mid and high rise towers constructed over the last several years, condominiums have grown in popularity. Many condo owners enjoy the close proximity to metropolitan entertainment and other conveniences and no backyard or grass to maintain while still receiving the same benefits of other owners of single family homes. Given the physical differences between condos and single family homes, your insurance coverage must be tailored to fit your specific needs. Condo insurance is unique in that it insures the unit/square feet that is owned. Since most condo owners do not actually own the entire building structure, special condo insurance coverage becomes important. Of course, it is standard for the building to have a master policy which typically insures common areas which will only include: lobby, pool area, hallways, exteriors and offices. The master policy is usually an expense shared by all unit owners and paid monthly in the form of association dues. Condo owners are expected to obtain condo insurance to protect their unit separately.

TenantsDirect.com is here to ensure you receive the best condo insurance rates by comparing condo insurance quotes from the leading condo insurance companies in the nation. We have made the process an easy one. After completing a simple form, you will receive free condo insurance quotes with no obligation.

Condo insurance is recommended if you own a unit in a property that operates any of the following: condo association, co-op or townhome association. In the event of a loss, your condo insurance will protect the interior of your condo (which includes: appliances, fixtures, cabinets, doors and shelves) and all personal property as well as include liability coverage which protects you if injuries and damage occur within your condo and found to be your responsibility.

Quick Tips on Condo Insurance

1) Know what is covered. Each master policy is different, it is important to review your states specific regulations and the condo associations bylaws which will specify what is covered. Your condo insurance will provide structural protection which is a necessity if for example a fire destroys the framing within your unit. Condo insurance will cover the replacement of your interior walls and also replace all damaged content which may include: electronics, computers, bedroom and bathroom fixtures and kitchen appliances. Damage caused by a flood is usually not covered under a standard policy. You do have the option to obtain additional coverage by adding a rider to your condo insurance that specifies coverage in the event of a flood.

2) Protection against condo owners with inadequate coverage. Your condo associations bylaws should specify minimum coverage requirements. The master policy should also provide information on assessment coverage and the responsibility of each unit owner. Condo insurance covers you for damages to your unit and assessment extensions are available.