Learn about Landlord’s / Owner’s Insurance with Champion Family Insurance.
Landlord insurance, also known as Dwelling Fire insurance, is essential for property owners who rent out their homes or properties to tenants. At Champion Family Insurance, we understand the importance of protecting your investment and financial interests.
Unlike standard homeowner’s insurance, which primarily covers owner-occupied residences, our landlord insurance provides comprehensive protection against financial losses arising from rental properties. Whether you are a professional landlord with multiple properties or an accidental landlord renting out a former residence, having a landlord insurance policy with Champion Family Insurance is crucial for safeguarding your investment.
What does landlord / Owner insurance cover?
At Champion Family Insurance, our landlord insurance offers comprehensive coverage, protecting both the physical structure of the rental property and the landlord’s liability.
Frequently Asked Questions about Landlord / Owner Insurance:
While landlord insurance is not mandated by law, it is often required by lenders if you have a mortgage on the rental property. Standard homeowners' insurance typically does not cover rental properties, leaving you vulnerable to potential financial losses without landlord insurance from Champion Family Insurance.
Yes, at Champion Family Insurance, our landlord insurance provides coverage for loss of rental income if the property becomes uninhabitable due to a covered loss, such as fire or storm damage. However, it may not cover losses resulting from a tenant's inability to pay rent due to financial issues.
Generally, yes. Our landlord insurance typically covers damages caused by tenants. However, landlords commonly collect a security deposit from tenants to cover such situations.
No, standard landlord insurance policies do not cover eviction costs. If you want protection against eviction expenses, you may need to explore separate eviction insurance options.
No, a landlord's insurance policy does not cover a tenant's personal belongings. Tenants are responsible for protecting their possessions by obtaining renters' insurance, which is highly recommended by Champion Family Insurance and other landlords.