Personal Lines > Condominiums

As a condo owner, you receive some level of insurance coverage through the condominium complex’s master policy, which covers damage to the building’s common areas and liability claims for accidents that occur in those areas. But there can be significant variations in what master policies cover from one complex to the next. To make sure you insure your unit and your possessions properly, you need to understand what a master policy usually covers, what it sometimes covers and what it usually doesn’t cover. You also need to review your condo association’s master policy to find out exactly what it covers. If you’re having trouble making sense of it, a condo-insurance we can help you. Once you understand what you’re responsible for and what you aren’t, you can purchase a condo unit-owner's policy to fill in the gaps.


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    This quotation for insurance is provided solely for informational purposes. The actual premium cost and coverage for this insurance is subject to further review by the insurance company and may differ from this quotation. This quotation is neither a policy of insurance or an insurance binder and does not obligate the company to enter into such insurance policy or binder.