A fire accidentally started in your secondary or seasonal home. You're either not in town or it takes longer for firefighters to arrive. Good thing your insurance policy can help cover repairs.
Unfortunately, these types of situations do happen, but your insurance policy can include coverage to repair the damage, so you don’t have to worry.
Your personal belongings were damaged. Or worse, taken. Now what? Insurance can help cover those items, so they’re almost as good as new or new-new.
Your secondary property (or properties) is a huge investment. Depending on your property type, you can have different insurance needs and therefore, costs. We’ll help you feel confident that your investments are fully protected, so you can enjoy your properties to their fullest.
Oftentimes, people add secondary or seasonal homes as an additional location on their primary home insurance policy. It may also be issued as a stand-alone policy depending on its condition, age, and proximity to fire protection as well as coverage requirements. Some common coverages are:
This coverage protects you for accidental injuries or damage to you or someone else in your home.
Often referred to as Contents Insurance, it protects your personal belongings at your secondary or seasonal home – from your TV to your BBQ.
Since you can’t be in two places at once, have someone stop by your secondary or seasonal property to make sure there hasn’t been any unexpected issues. It will not only give you peace of mind, but it can help resolve issues faster. Like a lot faster.
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