Condominium (Condo) insurance is a special insurance designed to fit the specific needs of condo owners. When you are a condo owner, not only do you own your individual condo, you also share ownership in the common areas and overall structure of your building. If shared areas need upkeep and maintenance, your association will typically handle the expense through their insurance package. Although your association dues help pay for upkeep of the common areas, they do not typically cover your personal property within your own unit, or your liability if someone is injured on your property.
The condo insurance you buy covers your personal property, liability and those parts of the unit that are your responsibility. It may also protect you from certain assessments levied by the condo association. And you’re covered for costs you incur over normal living expenses if you have to vacate your home due to a covered loss.
Condominium insurance is intended for bridging the gap between what is covered by your association policy and what is not.
Condo insurance protects you and your family against bodily injury, property damage claims, and litigation up to the limits you select. And if a visitor is injured on your property, or by you or a household member, the policy will pay covered medical expenses, up to the limits you select.
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