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Whether you rent to guests on the weekend, college students through the semester, or home-owners just to make some extra money, renting is a wise choice for many people. Rental property is a great investment, especially if you protect your assets with excellent coverage. Make sure that you and your property are covered when choosing a landlord protection insurance policy.
Explore more about Specialty Dwelling (Landlord) Insurance by reading about the various kinds of coverage below.
What is specialty dwelling (landlord) insurance?
This is a special kind of homeowner's policy for a home that you own, but do not use as a home. For example, if you have a second property that you rent for some reason, or if you are purchasing a house to flip and resell, you would need a different form of insurance than a regular home policy.
How is it different from home?
These policies different because it is part homeowner, and part business insurance. For example, a landlord may want insurance for loss of income or a rent guarantee policy to go along with their property and liability coverage.
What else can be covered with specialty dwelling?
If you have a vacant home, you can insure the house in case people break-in to steal from or graffiti the property.
If you have special furnishings in your rental home that are constantly being used by others, you can get a special coverage in the case that one of your guests breaks something.
Natural Disaster Insurance
Similar to a homeowner's policy, you can get this added onto a landlord policy. A natural disaster can be costly for any homeowner, and even more costly for someone responsible for multiple homes.
Renting out an unused property can be a great way to earn some extra income. If you have a property you want to rent, or renovate, or if you only use it a couple days a year, the team at Allegiance can work with you to make sure that your needs for this property are met.