Real Estate Insurance

Are you worried about protecting your real estate investment?

Don’t let unexpected disasters ruin your financial security – make sure you have the right real estate insurance coverage! With the right policy, you can feel confident that your home and property will be secure no matter what comes your way.

Home insurance

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Speak with a licensed insurance agent: 1-925-283-5750

Frequently asked questions

Homeowners need to consider a variety of insurance options to protect their homes and families. Homeowner insurance is an important investment for protecting yourself against property damage, liability claims, and other unexpected events. The type of coverage depends on the specific needs of the homeowner but typically includes fire and theft protection, personal liability coverage, medical payments coverage, and additional living expenses in case of disaster. It’s important to work with an experienced insurance provider to make sure you have the right amount of coverage that meets your needs.

Common coverages include:

  1. Dwelling coverage: This covers the physical structure of your home, including walls, floors, and roofs, as well as any attached structures like a garage or deck.
  2. Personal Property Insurance: Covers personal belongings inside the home that may be damaged or stolen in the event of a loss.
  3. Additional Living Expenses coverage: Designed to cover extra expenses incurred if you are forced to temporarily relocate due to damage to your dwelling from an insured event like a fire.
  4. Liability Insurance: This coverage protects you against claims made by a third party who suffers an injury on your property or sues you for damages caused by your negligence or that of another person living in your household.
  5. Medical Payments Coverage: This coverage pays for medical bills if someone is injured while on your property up to the limits of your policy without assigning fault or requiring legal action.

Home insurance in California is being non-renewed because of brush mapping, which is a process used by insurance companies to assess the risk of wildfire damage. Brush mapping uses satellite imagery and other data to identify areas that are at high risk for wildfires. Insurance companies use this information to determine whether or not they will provide coverage in certain areas and how much they will charge for it.

In California, many insurers have stopped offering coverage in areas with high wildfire risk due to the increasing frequency and severity of wildfires in recent years. This has left many homeowners without adequate protection against potential losses from fires, leaving them vulnerable to financial hardship if their homes were to be destroyed by a wildfire.

If you have been non-renewed because of brush mapping, please reach out to us. Insurance options are still available for homeowners in brush mapping areas.

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