Homeowners Insurance and Renters Insurance

Whether you are a first-time home buyer, a veteran of many years of mortgage payments and house upkeep, a condo owner or an apartment dweller, your household is one of some 90 million in the United States. Chances are your home is your single most expensive budget item and—for the home or condo owner—your most valuable investment. Homeowners insurance is a package policy that covers both property—structures and personal possessions—and liability. But do you understand what’s covered?

Because it is comprehensive, your homeowners insurance policy may include coverage you are not even aware of. If your luggage is stolen from a motel room while you are a thousand miles away from home, for example, you will of course want to notify the police. You will also want to check with your insurance agent about coverage for loss under your homeowners policy. And if your house burns down leaving you without a place to stay, your
policy provides living expenses as well as reimbursement for damaged property.

Your Trusted Choice® insurance professional can explain your policy in detail. More than any other line of coverage, homeowners insurance is substantially standardized throughout the United States. The questions and answers in The Consumer’s Guide to Homeowners Insurance are based on the most commonly purchased homeowners insurance policy (called HO3 in the industry) offering the widest protection. Get started with this guide by learning the key areas of coverage as well as any exclusions or limits that might apply.

Give us a call! 254-662-4171 or email service@billhaddoxinsurance.com


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