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Condo owners insurance

Your standard condo owners insurance goes above and beyond to cover you in the following ways (and up to the amount of insurance stated in your policy):

Your own personal property

This includes the things you yourself own, wear, or use. These are things like your furniture, your clothes and shoes, and your TV.

The immovable parts of your condo

This includes things that you own but can’t pack up and take with you when you move, like your countertop, your bathtub, and your sinks. You’re eligible for this coverage if your condo company or association doesn’t have this coverage or if their coverage isn’t enough.

Improvements you make

This includes anything you do to improve your condo, like laying new floors or renovating your kitchen.

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Your condo owners insurance goes above and beyond to cover you in the following ways (up to the amount of insurance stated in your policy):

Your personal property

Your personal property includes the things you own, wear or use. These are things like furniture, clothes, shoes and electronics.

The immovable parts of your condo

This includes things that you own but can’t pack up and take with you when you move, like your countertop, your bathtub, and your sinks. This insurance provides coverage if your Condominium Corporation does not have enough coverage.

Improvements you make

Improvements include anything you do to improve your condo, like laying new floors or renovating your kitchen.

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