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There are over a million condos in the state of Florida.
Many people own condos and either live in them full time, part time, or they
rent them out to vacationers.  With so
many people having condos in Florida, it’s important that those who own them or
live in them know about Florida condo insurance. Having the information is the
best way to protect yourself and your investment.

Here are 5 things to know about Florida condo insurance:

  1. Coverage.
    It’s important to know what your Florida condo insurance policy covers. Condo
    units tend to have common area and share some responsibility for various areas
    of the building. The shared interests may be cared for through the HOA. Be sure
    to inquire about exactly what your condo insurance policy covers.
  2. Enough
    Once you find out what your Florida condo insurance policy covers
    you will want to make sure you have
    coverage. You may find out that you don’t have enough insurance to
    cover damages that you could incur inside the condo, such as to your interior
  3. Liability.
    Your Florida condo insurance policy may not include liability insurance. It’s
    important to have it in the event that someone gets hurt while in your condo.
    Having liability insurance will help to cover you if something were to happen
    to one of your visitors.
  4. Home
    If you make improvements to the inside of your condo, you may
    want to take another look at your insurance policy. That’s the only way to
    ensure that you are covered for what your property and belongings are actually
  5. Rates.
    Many people get stuck in a rut with their Florida condo insurance policy.
    Ideally, you should get a rate quote every year to see if you could be getting
    a better rate. This can save you a lot of money over the years.

Florida condo insurance is essential for anyone who owns a
condo in the state. If you’re renting out one, you can consult commercial property insurance services to know what’s covered.

Those who rent a condo will want to have a Florida renter’s
insurance policy, so that their personal belongings are covered.