Published at Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 - 09:50:05 AM. Mobile Home Insurance. By Durand.
Mobile home insurance can most simply be defined as protection for the structure and contents of any manufactured housing, singlewide, or doublewide. Consumers without mobile insurance will often discover that their belongings can be very expensive to replace and repairs to a home can be very costly or impossible. Any natural disasters or tragedies that happen are often likely to render manufactured housing completely destroyed, so it is imperative that residents purchase mobile insurance. An important component of a mobile insurance policy is depreciation coverage that will provide funds to repair or replace a completely damaged structure. Due to the fact that most mobile homes lose value, a mobile home insurance program is necessary to ensure that a consumer will be able to find a suitable replacement for older manufactured housing.
Mobile Home Insurance Coverage. Mobile home insurance covers more than just your mobile home. It also covers your personal property and protects you from liability lawsuits. Here's what Texas mobile home insurance covers: Your mobile home - Mobile home insurance reimburses you for any damage done to your mobile home caused by fire, smoke, water leaks, explosions, vandalism, or natural disasters. It will also replace your mobile home if it's been destroyed. Basic mobile home policies do not cover damage caused by floods, so if you live in a flood-prone area you will need to purchase flood insurance.
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