California Vacant Home Insurance With A Swimming Pool


 

Many insurance companies will insure your vacant home if it has a pool, BUT the insurance carrier will most likely exclude liability coverage from the policy.

 

This lack of coverage is a liability exposure, especially if your vacant property is on the market and realtors are showing it to buyers.

 

Vacant home insurance is different than standard home insurance as an empty property has more risks than an occupied one.

 

Our vacant fire insurance can also insure properties with dwelling amounts over $1,000,000 (we can go up to $3,000,000 in dwelling coverage).

 

Our policies are available in 3, 6 or 12 month terms with options to extend the policy.

 

Most vacant home insurance policies don’t provide extended replacement coverage, but if your property is less than 25 years old, we can add replacement cost coverage.

 

If your home becomes vacant for longer than a few weeks, you most likely need a vacant home policy (especially if you have a pool).  Many people are under the impression their home insurance is sufficient to cover a vacant home.  But, if you read the policy, most home insurance, there are usually exclusions for neglect or abandonment of a property. 

 

Your California Home Insurance or California Fire Insurance may not provide coverage if a property is vacant over a certain timeframe.  Each insurance carrier has their own definition of “Vacant.”  Usually a property is considered Vacant if it’s empty for 60+ or 90+ days.

 

Call or email Einhorn Insurance to get an insurance estimate for a vacant home with a swimming pool at 858-336-4644 or Agent@EinhornInsurance.com.

 

 

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