By Durand. Manufacturer Home Insurance. Published at Monday, March 12th, 2018 - 00:59:12 AM.
While you pick out your manufactured home, whether new or used, and set it up on a piece of land or in a mobile home park, you will also have to consider insurance. One would think that there is not much difference between mobile home insurance and house insurance, but there is. Manufactured home insurance is structured around the particular needs of mobile home owners, which are different from those who own a stick-built house. For one thing, manufactured home insurance costs more than house insurance, because their structure makes them vulnerable to wear and tear, and more weather damage and natural depreciation.
Pay your premium automatically every month directly from your bank account. You are probably not aware of how much it costs your company to print and mail you a bill every month, but it is a lot. When you set up an auto-pay program you save your company that cost and they are only too happy to pass the savings right back to you in the form of a lower monthly premium. Did you know that if you put motion-sensitive floodlights on your property that you will pay a lower monthly premium? You can also pay a lower premium if you put deadbolt locks on all your exterior doors and make sure that all of your windows have a working lock.
The insurance on these homes is very similar to what one would have on any other home. You can obtain personal property protection (for the loss or damage to personal property), family liability protection (against any judgments), guest medical protection, home and structure protection, plus living expenses for temporary housing if required because of damage to the home. A manufactured home, as defined by Mobile Home Insurance companies is a single family house, constructed in a factory, and built to the required federal code. The insurance for this type of residence it is virtually the same as for a regular house. When purchasing insurance for manufactured homes part of the cost will depend on where you live, as well as the construction of the home and its condition.
Many people often find themselves worrying about how they can purchase their manufactured home insurance without having to write big checks. There are actually ways on how you can handle this kind of situation. Hear out this advice to keep you on track. Good credit standing record - If you have a credit card, make sure that you maintain a good credit standing. Most insurers use the credit history information also as basis for quoting you your manufactured home insurance premium. Maintaining a good record will save you on your premium cost. In cases where you think that your premium rate is unusually high, you must ask your insurer what is the basis of their computation. They might have done some adverse action like a higher premium rate at which case your insurer must inform you of this.
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