By Jane Rhode. Home Insurance. Published at Saturday, May 26th, 2018 - 12:16:18 PM.
Home Insurance RI - Although Rhode Island ranks 49th in the states with the most mobile homes, you have to take into consideration the land mass of this tiny state. For homeowners in the state who have chosen the route of a manufactured home as their main dwelling, they have likely already walked through the maze of mobile home insurance.
Home Insurance RI - Purchasing any type of insurance can be a bit daunting for someone who has never done it. There are a growing number of choices in insurance companies and for the uninitiated, it can be confusing trying to determine which company is the one that should get their business. In terms of mobile home insurance, it's important for anyone living in this state to determine all the possible choices in companies to deal with.
Home Insurance RI - Not all home insurance companies sell mobile home insurance. The two types of insurance are certainly related but they aren't identical. That's why it's important to be very specific when asking for a quote on a mobile home's insurance. The homeowner will need to supply some general information about their particular situation before the agent can prepare and deliver the quote. This information may vary slightly from one company to another but the homeowner should have at the ready, the age of the home, where it was manufactured, where it will be located as well as the level of coverage the homeowner wants for both the building itself and the contents.
Home Insurance RI - Unlike traditional home insurance, mobile home insurance may need to be purchased before the person even takes physical possession of the home. The reason being that if the home has been paid for and needs to then be transported to its permanent location the homeowner listed on the title is responsible for that travel insurance. Even if a mobile home moving company is handling the job, the homeowner themselves must secure insurance for the trip. This should be viewed as essential, not an option. After that, a mobile homeowner's policy should be in place to protect the property once it's secured in its final destination.
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