Homeowners Insurance

Homeowners insurance is used to insure a single-family home, condiminium, townhome, or purchased apartment, along with a detached garage or other structure, and the contents of the home. The structure and the contents are insured against perils such as fire and theft. Not all perils are covered in all regions of the United States. For example, earthquakes are not covered in the typical California homeowners insurance policy, but can be obtained with a secondary policy with a high deductible.

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Rental Property

For rental property, the owner of the property can obtain insurance on the structure, while renter's insurance is available to insure the renter's possessions.

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