Mobile home insurance

Mobile home insurance, takes the stress out of home ownership!

Why pay more for insurance?

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Easy to Get

Fill out the form below or call us up the good-old-fashioned way and we’ll hook you up with your mobile home insurance in a jiffy.

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Easy to Buy

Choose the coverage options that matter most for your abode. We’ll walk you through what everything means before you buy.

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Easy to Own

We’ll send your policy documents right away so that you have everything you need to move in with peace of mind.

Answer a few questions and we’ll get you settled in.

Let’s get you insured.

Have a question? We have an answer.

You won’t find any complicated industry jargon or legalese here.

We’ll always give it to you straight. That goes for everything—including FAQs.

How do I get the best price possible?

We compare the best prices between all of our insurance partners to find the best rate for you. All you need to do is tell us about yourself and what you want insured. We’ll handle the rest!

How does liability coverage work?

Liability insurance is another way of saying financial protection for you and your family. If you cause an accident that results in an injury to another person or damage to property, your liability insurance covers the financial cost (up to your limit) of making things right.

How do I know what's covered?

We’ll go over what’s covered and what’s not before you sign anything, and give you the option to add coverage for those things. These are called “named perils,” and can include things like:

  • Damage from animals or insect infestations.
  • Roof damagfe from snow or ice build-up.
  • Damage from extreme weather storms.

Does this policy cover outbuildings?

This can differ between policies, so it’s something that you’ll need to ask your broker about.

That’s because owning a mobile home works differently than owning a regular detached home. Detached homes come with ownership of the land, while mobile homes usually don’t. That means you may not own the land on which an outbuilding stands next to a mobile home.

Ask your landlord or mortgage agent to clarify if you’re not sure, and then we can help you choose the appropriate coverage.

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