You work hard to purchase and maintain your household investment and belongings and unfortunately, it can all be lost in an unexpected disaster. With a customizable plan from Connect Insurance Group, you'll have ease of mind knowing that your household and belongings are covered and can be replaced.
Homeowners, protect you and your family's belongings with a customized insurance policy, made easy and affordable by
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Coverage may vary from policy to policy depending on the value of your house and valuables you have inside, that's why it's important to find out which coverage is right for you by talking to one of our agents and receiving a free quote.
If you rent an apartment, house, condo, or even a dorm room, you may not think you need insurance, but it’s unlikely that your landlord will pay to replace your belongings in the event of a fire, theft or other incident that results in the loss of your property. Even as a renter, you want to protect your hard earned property. Having a Renters Insurance Policy can pay for the cost of replacing your belongings if they are damaged due to a covered accident, or if they’re stolen. We help you find a policy that will not only cover the value of your lost items but also any charges associated with having them set up or delivered.
Condo Insurance helps pay for the replacement of your personal belongings while offering basic liability to cover bodily injury or property damage. Unlike Renters Insurance, Condo Owners Insurance covers any damage done to the interior of your unit and will cover fixing or replacing items like drywall, flooring, light fixtures, and more.
In the event that a fire or other major disaster renders your condo unliveable, your condo insurance may reimburse you for the cost of temporary housing while your unit is being fixed.
As the owner of an apartment, home, condo, or other property, you’ll want to be prepared in the event that your investment is damaged. Landlord Insurance can cover damage to your property or other attached structures from a fire, natural disaster, damage caused by tenants, medical payments in the event of injury and legal counsel and fees in the event you are sued or face a related lawsuit. Consider getting additional coverage to protect your tenants, their property, and your surrounding structures as well as coverage for other non-listed or uncommon disasters.