Condo insurance quotes
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Your condo is a big investment that's worth protecting. We know the things in your home are more than just stuff and we can help you protect it with a condo insurance policy.
Also known as an H06 policy, condo insurance is like homeowners insurance for your condo. Start your free condo insurance quote today and see how much you can save with Liberty Mutual!
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What is condo insurance?
Condo insurance helps protect your belongings like clothes, furniture, and electronics. In general, condo insurance can help pay for damages and/or losses due to things like
- Severe weather
- Injuries due to an accident on your property
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What does condo insurance insurance cover?
- Your belongings
- Property Damage
- Damage to someone else's property
- Personal liability if there are medical bills and legal expenses if someone is hurt at your home
- Living expenses incurred if you temporarily vacate your condo as a result of a covered loss
Does condo insurance cover my things outside of my condo?
Yes! Condo insurance helps cover your personal property no matter where you are. Condo insurance is protection that goes with you.
Here's some examples of when condo insurance can help
- In your car: You hid your tablet and camera under the seat but both are stolen.
- On vacation: Sprinklers go off in your hotel room ruining your laptop.
- Moving: Your policy protects your things for 30 days from the day you start moving, including items in a storage facility.
What is not covered by condo insurance?
Some common damages not covered by condo insurance can include (not limited to)
- Intentional acts
You may be able to buy a separate policy for some of these damages if needed.
How much condo insurance coverage do I need?
In general, coverage depends on how much stuff you need to protect. To get started, take inventory of your belongings. Include your clothes, electronics, furniture, kitchenware, jewelry, and other items you own. This will help you think about how much protection you need.
While coverage will ultimately depend on how much stuff you need to protect, coverage of $15,000 for personal belongings and up to $100,000 in liability coverage, with the option to add on additional coverages, is often sufficient.
Please note, Liability Coverage comes standard with a Liberty Mutual condo policy. This coverage means you're protected if you, your family member, or your pet injures someone or damages their property.
Another thing to consider adding is No-fault Medical Coverage. This means your insurance company can help pay for someone's medical bills if they're injured in your home.
Liberty Mutual customizes your coverage so you only pay for what you need.
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How much is condo insurance?
You can get condo insurance for as little as $35 a month!1 Like other insurance, the cost of your condo insurance depends on things like your
- Coverages you need
The good news is condo insurance is typically less expensive than homeowners insurance. When you own a house, you're responsible for the entire structure, inside and outside. With condo insurance, you're usually paying just to protect the inside of your unit which can make it cheaper.
What do I need to get a condo insurance quote?
Getting a condo insurance quote is easy with Liberty Mutual. All you need is
- Basic information about yourself
- Basic information about your condo
- An estimate of how much your belongings are worth
- Any additional people such as a roommate or spouse you want on your policy
Condo insurance frequently asked questions
An HO6 policy is just another word for a condo insurance policy. If you're looking for an HO6 policy, no worries, you've found it. This term is generally interchangeable with “condo insurance.”
It depends. Condo insurance normally protects the inside of a unit only. So, it normally doesn't protect the structure of the building, including things that are shared like
- Sidewalks, etc.
Many townhomes and condos have a homeowners association with a master policy. These master policies often help protect these shared elements. In these cases, a condo policy would work. You'll just want to verify what/if things are covered by a master policy.
Please note, if you're renting a townhouse, a renters insurance policy is what you'd need.
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Yes, if you own a condo and want to protect your belongings, condo insurance can help. Although condo insurance isn't required by law, some lenders may require it.