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Question DetailsAsked on 1/4/2012

Can you help me find an insurance company that will insure a vacant house that I plan to sell (or Lease)?

My home insurance for my residence (in Dallas) doesn't insure vacant homes or buildings unless they are commercial. The house for sale is in Plane, but they won't insure it and I hesitate to lease it without insurance.

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Answered 7 years ago by Cas

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If you plan on leasing or selling it, then it is a commercial property - you need landlord insurance, which commonly will cover a vacant property for up to 6-12 months during remodeling/leasing. If the normal companies you would get insurance from won't cover it, contact a real estate insurance broker - they deal with lots of companies and can find several for you - plus give you advice on types of coverage you need as a landlord and what you should require any renter/leasee to carry also.


In our area runs about $500-700/year for vacant but fully secured and lighted/heated house being improved for sale/lease, and more in the $1000+ range for full landlord coverage.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD




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