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Although people rarely think of it, mobile home insurance rates are an important thing for many people to compare. Whether your home is going to be more stationary than mobile, it doesn’t matter. Either way you need protection for this investment. The bottom line is that since you will more than likely be parking your manufactured home on a nice lot and calling it home sweet home, than you will need protection that is similar to home owner’s insurance.

There are some things you will have to keep in mind when it comes to your policy, protection and coverage. For example:

  • For your mobile home insurance rates, does this include your personal belongings as well? A great deal of expense after tragedy strikes is replacing household items like clothing or even appliances. Make sure the policy you get includes this if you want it included.
  • Does you manufactured home insurance policy include attached structures like a carport, garage or porch? Many mobile homeowners assume this is included only to find out once they file a claim they are unfortunately wrong. Make sure you get your attached structures included if this is applicable to your situation.
  • Are other buildings on your property also included in your mobile homeowners insurance? For instance, if you have a storage shed or gazebo you may want this to be covered as well. Don’t assume, ask about it. If it isn’t, inquire if your policy can cover this type of add-on for a little extra premium amount per month.

Other Considerations for Your Mobile Home Coverage

Keep in mind –it may be more challenging to get certain things covered, especially based on where you live. This is especially true for any type of insurance including standard homeowners. For instance, if you live in an area prone to tornadoes or floods it may be more expensive to get coverage, if possible at all. Make sure not to be surprised if when you give your zip code you find out your rates could be higher because of a higher chance of storms, natural disasters of Acts of God.

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