Condominium Insurance offers policies that cover your unit in areas where your condominium association’s insurance stops. Associations typically cover the building and other common areas, such as pool, clubhouse, and fitness center, so it is important to purchase additional condominium insurance coverage to protect your home and belongings.
You, as the owner, are responsible for the inside of your unit. Generally, an association’s insurance policies will not cover damage to fixtures, cabinetry, walls, or floors in the unit; therefore, personal property and liability coverage are necessary in addition to your association’s coverage plan. Associations’ insurance policies also tend to vary in items covered, and what items the owner is responsible for repairing; therefore, it is essential to review your association’s policy and condominium by-laws thoroughly. Our seasoned team will guide you through identifying gaps in coverage and building policies that protect your entire home and personal belongings.
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