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 What is property insurance?

Answer Simply being the owner of the tree does not make you liable. Generally, No one is liable for acts of nature. So if the tree falls due to a natural occurrence you are not liable. If however you wer... Read More »
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What is difference between home owners insurance and rental property insurance?

Other than home owners insurance covering your primary residence where you live and rental property insurance covering a home that you rent to others there are a few differences in types of coverag... Read More »
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Should the landlord provide insurance for a renter if you are unable to get renters insurance due to a claim the landlord filed on the property?

I'm in Georgia. Can you prove they forced you to buy? They wouldn't give you the furniture if you didn't pay the extra? They are covering their assets. If you think you got ripped keep on trucking ... Read More »
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Why do we need property insurance?

Marcia Stewart, Ralph Warner and Janet Portman explain in "Every Landlord's Legal Guide" that property insurance is needed for home and business owners because it helps owners recover from property... Read More »
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How much is property insurance?

On average the nationwide average for homeowner's property insurance in 2006 was $804 per year. For renter's property insurance, the national average was $189. Property insurance premiums depend on... Read More »
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