I am recently considering the idea of getting a Condominium insurance for my home! Please lets me know the points that i need to keep in mind while considering this insurance. Does it cover my personal property under any circumstances ?
I would also like to know the supplementary packages that usually come with the condo pack. I'd be truly grateful for any suggestions that come my way!
Total Comments: 4
Posted: Fri Jul 27, 2007 05:29 am Post Subject: yes!
Condominium insurance truly comes in handy whenever you're traveling. You should keep in mind that there are certain limitations associated with your personal belongings like your bicycle, your jewelry, your boat or say your money in cash. It is the circumstances that you face , which decides the nature of the supplementary coverage that you need for each of these items. I'm sure you got my message! Thanks, Turquoise
Posted: Fri Jul 27, 2007 05:48 am Post Subject: Condo covers extra costs..
Well my friend, I have heard that it also covers the extra costs associated with your vacating a suite, in case you need to relocate due to any claim. Doesn't that sound good ! I'm sure you would not mind maintaining an inventory with photos or for that purpose getting a video of the contents of your home before you apply for this policy. It would help you a lot! Regards, Fatman
Posted: Fri Jul 27, 2007 06:00 am Post Subject: a lot of options for you!
Hi yeah, a lot of supplements might just pop-in with a Condo. This could come to you in any of the following ways:
(a) Earthquake coverage
(c)Protection for Jewelry & precious stones
(d) Boat insurance
(e) sports equipment protection.
You might also get any liability policy that supports your boat. Now, lets hope that all these information helps you in some way. Thanks, Crossbreed007
Posted: Fri Jul 27, 2007 11:08 am Post Subject:
It seems that you have already gained a lot in terms of information. Well, some insurers may offer you the ‘Guest Medical Protection' coverage. It will protect you from paying your guest's medical bills out of pocket if he gets injured at your property.