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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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What is a Hazard Insurance Property?

Property hazard insurance is a policy that offers financial protection for homeowners in the event of damage caused by fire, storms, earthquakes or losses due to burglary or vandalism. Property haz... Read More »
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What is the purpose of property insurance?

Property insurance has the purpose of protecting owners in the case of property losses and damages caused by risks such as fire, mold, storm surge, among others, according to Leonard E. Murphy, And... Read More »
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What is property liability insurance?

Anyone who owns a car, house or other large asset should have a good working knowledge of how their insurance works. Here is a brief look at liability insurance and how it affects you.DefinitionA l... Read More »
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