Mobile home insurance is a must-have when you rent out your mobile or manufactured home to tenants. National Real Estate Insurance Group can help protect your mobile home and your real estate investment.
Submit your property information using our online proposal request, and receive a custom proposal. An agent will contact you to go over your insurance options and help you choose the best coverage for your business.
Start a proposal request to get your mobile home insurance solutions today!
When renting out a mobile home to tenants, dwelling coverage can protect your mobile home against direct physical damage to the property, such as:
- Windstorm and Hail
- Riot or Civil Commotion
- Vandalism and more
You can follow this link to learn more about covered causes of loss.
Premises Liability coverage is critical in protecting you, the investor, from claims that happen at your investment property. Examples may include:
- If someone were to slip and fall on your property
- If one of your tenant’s dogs were to bite someone on your property
- If your tenant suffers medical issues from a carbon monoxide leak
- Medical expenses are included
Our liability insurance options start as low as $7 per month, per property and come with $1,000,000 per occurrence and $2,000,000 aggregate limits of liability.
Why choose us when insuring your mobile home?
With NREIG, you can add extra coverage options to your mobile home insurance. After you request a proposal, an agent will contact you to discuss your proposal and offer additional coverage options to limit your exposure. We have products ranging from Tenant Protector Plan to additional umbrella liability options.
Loss of Rents
When insuring your properties with NREIG, you can make coverage changes and pay for coverage as-you-go. Our clients can choose to manage their account online 24/7 or with a dedicated Client Service Representative.
Read one of our articles about insuring a tenant-occupied mobile home or go to our Resource Center to learn more about different insurance topics.
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