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What is vacant home insurance? It is one of many types of insurance policies.  Each of these policies has coverage for that specific policy type such as an automobile, home,

Purchasing Insurance? How to Decide. Cost of an insurance policy should never be the only factor in your decision-making process because we all know, you get what you pay for. No...

Considering the major catastrophes that have occurred during the latter half of 2017 in our country, it’s the appropriate time to talk about the insurance claims process and how catastrophes...

Getting the right amount of property insurance can be tricky. If you want to cover 100% of a property’s replacement cost, including the contents inside it, you’re going to pay more for insurance.
When it comes to property management, having the proper amount of insurance is one of the biggest factors to consider. Here is a quick guide to blanket insurance. If you have multiple properties, having a blanket
Landlords need to have property insurance not only to protect their property but themselves as well. There are many different factors and variables to consider when searching for the perfect insurance
When you’ve left one of your investment properties unoccupied, it’s imperative that you ensure the property has sufficient insurance coverage by purchasing Unoccupied Home Insurance.
property management, real estate property management insurance, REO InsuranceOwning a second home or multiple homes can be a great luxury. But, whether the properties are non-owner occupied (rented) or vacant, REO insurance is a necessity for one’s investment properties and the process of insuring these homes can introduce many challenges. One should never assume his primary homeowner’s insurance policy will allow for additional homes, because generally it won’t as there are usually vacancy clauses in the homeowner’s policy. An investor can navigate the choppy waters of owning multiple properties by following these survival tips.
Property Investment Insurance, property management insurance, REO Property InsuranceA typical homeowner's insurance policy will not work for investment properties. Homeowner insurance is specifically for a "Home Owner". The owner or family should be the persons living in the property.  If an investor with a rental property should accidentally have a home owner policy, there is a great possibility the coverage could be compromised.  This could be a costly mistake for a property investor.
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