Apartment Building Insurance
Finding the best Apartment Building Insurance can be difficult and time-consuming. Insurox offers a comparison of quotes from multiple A-rated carriers for a range of apartment buildings. Whether you own a small apartment building or a 1000 unit high rise, Insurox can help you find the best coverage for your needs.
We know that insurance is one of the biggest annual expenses for building owners. The structure of the insurance policies can significantly impact your total cost and risk over time. We aim to help our clients find and understand the right apartment building insurance for their needs.
Property Insurance protects the stuff of your building, and it’s an essential part of Apartment Building Insurance. It can pay to repair or replace your business property if it’s damaged, stolen, or destroyed in a fire or natural disaster. Most policies can cover fixtures, furniture, inventory, supplies, equipment.
General Liability Insurance is coverage that protects your business from a variety of claims: property damage, bodily injury, and personal injury claims that can arise from your business operations and potentially put your business’s assets at risk.
Many people find out too late they are at risk of flooding, and even worse, that their property insurance does not cover flood damage. In fact, according to the National Flood Insurance Program, flooding occurs in every state and 25% of all floods occur in low-to-moderate risk areas.
Insurox compares flood insurance quotes from 10+ insurance companies (FEMA and Private Market Flood). Our online real-time comparison software will compare and find the cheapest flood insurance quote for you to suit your needs, saving you time and money.
What if you want to secure your business with extra protection in the event of a surprisingly expensive lawsuit? For just a few hundred dollars a year, you can add millions of dollars in coverage to your General Liability Insurance, as well as some other kinds of policies you may carry, like Flood Insurance and Earthquake Insurance. This type of coverage is called Umbrella or Excess Liability Insurance, and it’s active when a claim exceeds the limits of your existing insurance policies.
Covers the loss of income when you can’t operate your restaurant or bar business because of property damage or any other reason that incapacitates your business.