Condo Insurance

Condos are a great alternative to renting an apartment or owning a single-family home and they have their own unique insurance needs. The policy typically covers the inside structure of your unit such as walls and fixtures, your personal property, any personal liability clams you may encounter, the cost of lodging/transport if the unit becomes uninhabitable and your portion of a loss assessment declared by the association.

Condo insurance is very similar to homeowners insurance in that it provides protection against losses and repair costs for the unit. The major difference is that condo insurance covers only the interior of the dwelling. If an instance occurs such as theft, vandalism, fire damage, or water damage within your unit, your condo insurance policy will cover your losses.

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In a perfect world, you wouldn’t need insurance. There’d be no auto accidents, no fires, and no one would injure themselves at work. This is not the world we live in today which is why insurance is a true necessity. There will always be events that you can’t foresee, and though they’ll affect you, the proper insurance coverage will minimize the impact. Our independent agents at The Glick Group will provide you with the proper insurance coverage based on your personal insurance needs. A phone call or email to our office is addressed by your insurance agent. At The Glick Group we pride ourselves on supporting each and every one of our clients in a personal, professional manner. As an independent general insurance agency with over 75 years of experience in the insurance industry, The Glick Group represents over 20 of the finest insurance carriers available. We do not work for an insurance company we work for you! Learn more about The Glick Group by browsing through the pages found on our site. If you have any questions or interest in learning more about all that we offer, complete this form and one of our agents will contact you.

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