By Durand. Manufacturer Home Insurance. Published at Sunday, April 15th, 2018 - 21:53:53 PM.
There are attached difficulties when it comes to getting the right manufactured home insurance. One of the many challenges in acquiring a policy for mobile homes is finding a company that would be willing to cover a home that is ten years old. The reason being, a home of this age is more prone to damages and requires more maintenance. You must work with agents that are experienced in the field of mobile home insurance. The older the house, the harder it is to find manufactured home insurance. If you are trying to purchase a mobile home, make sure that you know how old the house is. Just like any other insurance, it will be more difficult to get coverage that is affordable for you. The premise here is that the mobile home has more than wear and tear issues. This results in the insurance company charging higher premiums because of more risk. Insurance companies believe that there would be a greater possibility of more claims rather than those who are purchasing a newer manufactured home. Extension of coverage for older houses compared to newer ones is more complicated and more expensive.
Scouting for the best Mobile Home Insurance. Be sure to get quotes from several insurance companies before purchasing any policy. Since mobile homes are becoming more popular, some companies have created specialized policies that offer better coverage. If you have auto insurance, ask your insurance company to assess your home since companies offer discounts for multiple policies. If you do not know where to start, you can always search the internet and look for companies that offer free quotes and professional advice on how you can get the best Manufactured Home Insurance in your area.
Perhaps another challenge that one will encounter is the lowering or stripping of benefits in a manufactured home insurance policy. Most companies would not be willing to consider including coverage for loss that is due to water damage. Again older mobile homes are at a greater risk of damage or loss due to events involving water. So you may want to check out the plumbing system to determine whether it needs to be replaced. You may also want to take note of the site where you will be moving to. If it is a flood-prone area then you better think twice because it could easily cost you in many different ways.
It does not make sense to pay 30% more for the exact same insurance that other homeowner's are getting at wholesale prices, does it? Of course not. Yet many homeowners are doing just that, month after month, year after year, simply throwing money away and getting absolutely nothing in return for it. If you live in a manufactured home there is no reason in the world for you to be paying as much as you are for your home protection - not when there is a simple little secret that will cut your cost overnight...a deep, dark little secret that your broker hopes you will never find out about. But before we get to the Big Secret that's giving your broker nightmares, let's look at a few more ways for you to save money on top of the 30% savings I will share with you in a moment.
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