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Condo / Co-op Insurance

Protect  your condo and your possessions with condo insurance. Condo insurance  differs from homeowners insurance, because they are designed  specifically for condos, and covers what is kept inside your unit.


What is condo insurance?


When  you own a condominium, you — not your condo association — are  responsible for what's inside your condo. That's why having a personal  condo insurance policy is important.

Condo  associations have master policies that cover the property, common areas  and physical structure of your building. However, these master policies  do not cover your personal property or your legal responsibility to  others, and they may not cover improvements or customizations to your  unit.


That's where condo insurance comes in.

As you get condo insurance quotes while shopping for a condo insurance policy, you'll typically select from available coverage, such as:

  • Personal property
  • Replacement value of your primary dwelling and specified permanent attachments, up to a specific value
  • Bodily injury if someone is hurt on your property
  • Liability for property damage 
  • Damage protection from dangers, such as fire, plumbing freezes, vandalism, glass breakage, etc.


A  basic condo insurance policy will cover damages to most of your  personal belongings, as well as walls, floors, ceiling coverings, etc.  Most condominium by-laws or trust agreements state that the condo owner  owns or is responsible for everything within the unit, including  permanently attached fixtures and improvements.


With  condo insurance, sometimes called an HO6 policy, damage to improvements,  additions and alterations of your unit are covered. Your condo  insurance policy also covers your belongings and the structural parts of  the building that you own.


Before you shop for condo insurance, take an inventory of what you own to decide what level of coverage makes you comfortable.

Ready to take the first step toward obtaining condo insurance? Get condo insurance quotes at (866) 603-5007 today! 

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