Protect Your Investment with Landlord Insurance from Freeway Insurance
Your rental property is an important investment and can provide a steady source of income. But all sorts of hazards, from lightning and floods to kitchen fires and electrical issues, could damage your property—and your wallet.
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How Landlord Insurance Helps Safeguard Your Valuable Income
What if disaster strikes and your rental property becomes uninhabitable? Freeway Insurance’s Rental Income pays you the income you would otherwise lose due to a covered loss. If your tenants have to move out, insurance could keep the rental income coming in for up to 12 months.
Because of the variety of coverage available, landlords are often advised to carefully consider different options before buying an insurance policy. Comprehensive landlord insurance provides coverage for all types of situations. In contrast, peril policies generally cover fewer types of damage and list only those losses that will be covered. As a landlord, you should not only consider possible property damages but also libel, slander, and discrimination.
What Does Landlord Insurance Cover?
Our Landlord Insurance Policy offers coverage for property owners. We provide rental property insurance and liability coverage that protects you from:
- Damages to your property
- Damages you could be legally obligated to pay
- Legal counsel and fees
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If You Have Questions, We Have Answers
Landlord insurance coverage helps keep property owners protected from financial loss as a result from damages to a rental property due to fire, break-ins, vandalism, certain weather conditions, and other covered events. Learn More
Landlord insurance provides property damage coverage if your building and personal property is damaged due to hazardous weather, fire, vandalism, or theft. It also provides liability coverage if a tenant, visitor, or trespasser is injured or killed on your rental property. Learn More
While landlord insurance isn’t required by law, it is highly recommended if you are renting a property to others and aren’t sharing the residence with a tenant. If not, you will be responsible for any losses or damage done to your property along with being held liable for bodily injuries that happen to people on your property. Learn More