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JF715: MYTHS of Portfolio Property Insurance

You probably think you are covered if your tenant trips and falls, think again! You will need to check your insurance policy, but our guest is here to share that not all are created equal. He is a national speaker and consultant for insurance on portfolios and all property types. Be sure to reach out to him to get a free consultation!

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  • KelvinSampson87 September 3, 2016   Reply →

    Theft is the biggest coverage difference between basic and special? What about tenant caused damage and broken/frozen pipes?

    The most common property loss is hail damage to the roof from hail. An investor with actual cash value coverage could be left fronting the majority of the roofing cost assuming the property had an older roof. Is it really worth a few hundred a year to risk being out $10k to replace your roof?

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