Published at Wednesday, April 04th, 2018 - 21:07:25 PM. Mobile Home Insurance. By Durand.
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.
An insurance company is very particular with the risk factors. When an issuer provides you with a quote, it is already considering the odds of getting a claim. Normally, stolen contents in your home are covered but one should keep in mind that failure to secure or lock the doors will nullify the claim as it is not covered due to negligence. Not surprisingly, manufactured homes are generally not as secure as permanent houses maybe due to the tendency that these homes are often found on areas with high density of population and anonymity. Add to the fact that mobile or park homes are not really as sturdy and burglars can break in with relative ease. Most manufactured homes are not equipped with security system as well. In other words, mobile homes are situated in locations where there is a high propensity of theft and the structure itself is more inviting for burglars. This is one of the main reasons why insurance of mobile home owners are more expensive.
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