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Secondary Home Insurance

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Secondary Home insurance protects you, the homeowner, against damage caused by events such as fires and floods. It also includes coverage for personal belongings, liability claims from accidents on your property, and more. Depending on the type of policy, you may be able to get additional protection for things like a swimming pool or detached structure (like a garage).


More on Secondary Homeowners Coverage

When it comes to Secondary Home insurance, there are several types that homeowners should consider in order to best protect their home and family. Replacement Cost Coverage provides compensation for items up to the cost of repair or replacement without taking depreciation into account. The second type is an Actual Cash Value Policy which offers reimbursement based on how much an item would have been worth at the time of its destruction (minus depreciation).


Another important consideration for Secondary Home insurance is the amount of coverage provided. The most common type of policy covers up to 80% of the home’s replacement cost, but it’s important to check with your insurer to make sure you are getting enough coverage. Your secondary home may be located in an area with higher risks; as a result, you may need extra protection or a different type of policy that provides more coverage against events such as earthquakes and storms.

It’s also important to review your homeowner’s policy each year, to ensure that its limits are keeping up with the inflation rate, and that all necessary coverages (such as earthquake and flood) haven’t been excluded. With the right Secondary Home insurance, you can rest assured that your property and belongings are properly protected.


Assistance with Second Home Insurance

When it comes to selecting the right policy for your secondary home, an experienced insurance agent can help. We can assist you in finding the right amount of coverage for your second home as well as help you find a carrier that provides low rates on the coverage you want. To learn more, click on the quote button and fill out a short form or call our offices and schedule a free consult.

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