It's very frustrating for a landlord to own a rental property that no insurance company seems to want to insure for whatever reason. This can be because of things such as being vacant too long, having prior losses (claims), etc. The good news is I may be able to help you if your property can meet certain guidelines.
I specialize in properties that are hard to insure, and that's especially true for landlords. Policy plans are available that allow you to customize your policy, to only have the coverages you need. Many policies force you to choose a bundle of coverages, many of which you may not even want. Who wants to pay extra for coverage they don't want?
Read over the information below which explains what types of properties are acceptable and what types aren't. And also look at the special features of this policy, and see if any of these will benefit you.
Properties that are acceptable:
Properties that are NOT acceptable:
As long as your property meets all of the above guidelines, and your property is located in one of the six states that I cover (Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Virginia and West Virginia), I will be happy to run you a quote and see if I can help you.
And as always, I handle all quotes personally and privately.
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Dan Lyles is an Independent Insurance Agent serving Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia..