Home & Property Insurance
Protect your Property with the right Homeowner's insurance plan.
Home Insurance Highlights
Reviews from our Home Insurance Customers.
Types of Property Insurance
Flood or Earthquake Insurance
Get an earthquake or flood insurance policy to put your mind at ease. Do not limit yourself to state-run insurance plans. Contact one of our knowledgeable brokers today. We can create a budget-friendly insurance plan just for you. We are here to assist you in obtaining affordable rates and the protection you want.
Flood or Earthquake Insurance Highlights
Condo insurance provides coverage for your personal items, any improvements you make to your home, and fulfills the insurance requirement for your mortgage. Another major benefit of condo insurance is payment of damages that the homeowner’s association plan will not cover. This benefit also provides personal liability coverage. As well as provides personal liability coverage which will pay for damages or injuries you accidentally cause to others.
Manufactured Home Insurance
Landlord Insurance & Dwelling Fire Insurance
Renters insurance is usually required by many landlords. A standard renters insurance combines two important insurance coverage. The first coverage is personal property coverage. This will pay for any damage to your personal property as a result of a fire, smoke, or water damage. This also includes theft or burglary of personal property. The second important coverage is the personal liability. This coverage pays out when you accidentally damage another persons property, or you accidental hurt them. Auto insurance accidents are not covered under personal liability.
FAQs Home & Property Insurance
A Homeowner’s policy covers the structure of your home along with your personal items if damaged by a fire or covered loss. It also includes coverage for liability claims if someone was to get hurt on your property.
It can be added for an additional fee or coverage can be purchased separately.
Yes, we can bill and send policy information over to your bank.