You've invested a lot into your home. Why risk losing it? Homeowners (including mobile homes and seasonal residents) require specific types of coverage in order to protect their structure, their belongings, and their family.
If you are a condo owner, you are not considered a "tenant", and therefore should never take out a renter's policy.
Many condo owners mistakenly take out the wrong policy because they are within a shared space, similar to typical renters, and simply don't know any better, or are unfortunately working with inexperienced agent.
As a condo owner, you actually own a portion of the entire corporation, meaning you have a responsibility to be properly insured. The only way to ensure this is through a "Condo Unit Owner" policy designed specifically for you and your specific needs.
Find out more in our blog "Why Condo Owners Are Not Tenants".
Most landlords or rental agencies will require tenants to provide proof of an insurance policy before allowing them to move in.
As a renter, we will work with you to ensure your policy fits your budget, protects your belongings and provides with the appropriate amount of required coverage.