Renting your secondary property to others is a good way to earn side income, but making sure your property is protected requires a purchase of Rental Dwelling Insurance. If you are renting your secondary property on a regular basis or renting it to someone for a long period of time, Rental Dwelling Insurance will protect your property in the event of covered losses resulting from wind, hail, storm, lightning, fire, hail, ice, and other accidents. In case your tenants or their guests are injured at your property, the insurance will cover liability costs.
Dwelling Insurance will protect your rental property and any attached structures. You can add protection for unattached structures, such as shed, pole barn, or detached garage. Moreover, you can include coverage to ensure protection for your personal belongings that remain on your rental property. So, if you have a property you would like to rent to somebody else, speak to our licensed agents who can recommend you appropriate coverage options for your Dwelling Insurance.