Ontario Condo Insurance
Condominiums come in all shapes and sizes, no matter if it’s high-rise building or a townhouse, Morison Insurance has the industry experience and knowledge to provide you with the best possible advice to look after your condo insurance needs. Many condominium unit owners do not realize they need their own separate condominium insurance policy in addition to the policy held by the association or corporation. Condominium insurance provides personal property coverage and personal liability.
At Morison Insurance we want to make sure your condo is properly protected. Here are some important coverages to consider
Unit Betterments and Improvements Protection
Your condo corporation’s master insurance policy covers the building and common areas. It doesn’t provide coverage for any upgrades made by you or any previous owners in your unit. Betterments and improvements coverage is an important coverage included on a condo policy.
Loss Assessment Protection
Occasionally the condo corporation may assess all of the unit owners an amount – a special assessment – to cover significant repairs to the condominium building if it has been damaged and the condo corporation insurance policy is not adequate. If that happens there is a special assessment levied on all the condo owners. The Loss Assessment endorsement is a special endorsement that is included under your Condo Policy. Your Morison Insurance broker would be happy to discuss the limit options available.
Personal Property Protection
Your condo policy will also provide coverage for all of your personal belongings at your chosen limit. This includes your furniture, clothing, and electronics. Make sure to discuss with your Morison Insurance broker any special limits on contents that may be applicable.
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What is Condo Insurance?
Condo insurance is a type of property insurance that covers your living space against potential losses and damages. Condo insurance is able to cover the interior of your condo as well as your belongings. The outside of your condo is typically covered by your Homeowner’s Association insurance which makes you responsible for your inner living space.
Who Needs Condo Insurance?
Your bank will require you to have condo insurance in the process of purchasing a condo. Should any damage occur to your unit, or should you cause any accidental damage to someone else’s property in a unit nearby (due to the proximity), condo insurance will cover your damages and liabilities. Most importantly, this type of policy lets you enjoy condo living with full peace of mind.
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