Investment Property/Dwelling Fire Insurance Policy
Dwelling fire insurance is designed to cover residences you own but do not live in; it is also referred to as rental properties insurance. Typically, insurance protection is needed for the building but not for its contents. A dwelling fire insurance policy will offer coverage as follows:
Personal property, which could include large appliances owned by you.
Other structures, including detached garages or sheds.
Fair rental value, which reimburses you for loss of rent while the dwelling is being repaired due to a covered loss in the event the home is uninhabitable.
Personal Liability coverage for accidental injury to others or damage to the property of others due to your negligence.
Let our qualified agents help identify events which pose a financial risk to you or your family and develop an insurance plan for your specific needs.