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|Insurance is an important matter for real estate investors. Not only do
lenders require certain coverages prior to funding a loan, but
insurance is a vital part of any risk management or asset protection
plan, both regarding physical damage due to fire or other causes and to
liability lawsuits due to injury or losses experienced by tenants or
Coverages that must be considered include casualty, liability, workers’ compensation, and a wide variety of special coverages such as earthquake and flood.
Liability insurance is of more importance for rentals than for a personal residence because one has much less control over what happens on a rental property compared to a personal residence. Liability insurance is designed to cover against lawsuits, settlements, and judgments up to the amount of policy limits plus legal costs. It covers bodily injury and personal injury. Bodily injury is physical based and includes bodily harm, disease or death, wage loss or earning capacity, immediate and ongoing care. Personal injury is offense based and includes such things as false arrest, discrimination, libel or slander, malicious prosecution, wrongful eviction or entry, and privacy violation.
It is important to use a competent insurance agent and obtain policies from highly rated insurance companies.
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