Covers damage to your property caused by events like fires, storms, floods, and other natural disasters. It also includes tenant-caused damage, whether accidental or malicious.
If your property becomes uninhabitable due to an insured event, this coverage compensates for lost rental income during the repair period.
Protection against risks like tenant default, theft, or vandalism. It helps cover costs if tenants fail to pay rent, steal from the property, or cause intentional damage.
Offers coverage for legal liability expenses in case a tenant or visitor gets injured on your property and you are deemed responsible.
Covers legal costs associated with property disputes or issues related to tenants, including eviction and property damage claims.
Depending on the insurer, additional coverages might include clean-up costs for illegal activities, electrical motor burnout, and coverage for damage by a tenant’s pet.
Landlord insurance often covers legal costs associated with eviction proceedings, ensuring landlords are supported during tenant disputes.
Landlord insurance specifically addresses risks related to renting out a property, such as tenant-caused damage and rental income loss, which are not typically covered under standard home insurance.
While not legally mandatory, landlord insurance is highly recommended to protect your investment from tenant-related risks and potential income loss.
Yes, landlord insurance policies are available for properties with multiple tenants. Coverage details may vary, so it’s essential to discuss your specific situation with your insurance broker.
Factors influencing the premium include property location, type and age of the property, coverage amounts, tenant types, and your claims history.
Midas offers efficient processing for insurance quotes. You can usually receive a tailored quote promptly after providing the necessary details about your property and coverage needs.