By Durand. Mobile Home Insurance. Published at Wednesday, March 07th, 2018 - 00:58:02 AM.
Whether you have owned a mobile home insurance policy before, currently, or are thinking about purchasing one, there are a few things to keep in mind. Some people think that because a mobile home is cheaper to buy, they do not need to spend the money on an insurance policy to protect their interest. This could not be further from the truth. The common misconception is that most insurance companies do not cover mobile homes. There are a few that do not, but most offer policies or refer you to a company that can issue a policy. The big nationwide insurance companies do offer policies to mobile home owners. Some smaller local insurance companies may have difficulty in such a small market.
The online service that offers to make the quote will need three kinds of information from you. They will need to know your personal information. The information about your mobile home will be important. Finally, the service will want to know about any policies you have on your mobile home at present. Insurance quote services cannot do their jobs without your personal information. Your first and last names are required, obviously. Because the quote is done on the internet, your email address will be necessary as well. The company will want your mailing address in case an insurance sale can be made. Your date of birth may or may not be required. It is always requested, but often it is up to you whether you fill in that square. They will want your phone number. The company will give you the choice of whether you want them to contact them about the rates quoted.
Make sure to take inventory of all your possessions and valuables before you set out to get your mobile home insurance quote. Dig up old receipts and hang on to new ones. In addition to making a list of all your possessions and valuables as well as their worth, you may also want to take pictures and videos as documentation. An insurance company may suggest a floater policy. Coverage for the mobile home's structure, as well as adjacent structures, works just like coverage for other homes. Unless otherwise stated by your particular policy, your mobile home will be protected from the same kind of damaging elements.
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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