The property insurance agents at
“We are excited to offer a special property only website that caters to just the home insurance niche. Insurance can be confusing so our goal is to provide a particular website for just homeowners insurance so we can better serve consumers,” says
DeFreitas also discloses: “Through our new website, consumers can educate themselves on the laws as it relates to property insurance in
On the new Property and Home Insurance Florida website, patrons can review the various types of residential insurance including homeowner, condominium, renters, and flood insurance. While
Carrying homeowners insurance is essential, especially if homeowners have guests, a pool, pets, or a trampoline. When entertaining or having a simple birthday party, if an individual has inadequate property insurance, and a guest gets injured, they could be held liable. The insurance agents at
“Many renters incorrectly assume their landlord provides residential protection, so having good rental insurance is key to protecting your possessions. We always recommend that residents who live in a multi-family dwelling have renters insurance, which is also known as tenants insurance” explains DeFreitas.
Subsequently, if consumers live in a condominium, it is important to know what their condo association policy covers and what it does not cover. This is due to the fact that a condo association typically offers partial protection and not full condo insurance. Floor, wall and ceiling coverings, appliances, electrical fixtures and many more items are not typically covered by a resident’s condo association policy.
Consumers that reside in a high-risk flood zone are required to have flood insurance. Since 25 percent of all flood insurance claims come from areas with low to moderate risk, it is a good idea to purchase flood insurance even if residents do not live in one of these areas.
“The Property and Home Insurance Florida website is an invaluable resource for consumers. The agents at
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