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Is Homeowners Insurance Actually Necessary?
Even though homeowners insurance is important for those who were the victim of a major disaster, that’s not all it’s for. From vandalism to water damage to someone injuring themselves at your home, there are a number of different ways homeowners insurance can work for you.
When you think about all of the different expenses that come with home ownership, many people wonder if they really need insurance or not. In truth, homeowners insurance is something that should be at the top of your list. Not only is a good policy going to save you money if something were to happen to your belongings or home, but it will also help you in terms of other matters, such as making your home more resistant to some of the natural disasters that might come your way.
Even though it isn’t required by law, most lenders require you to have insurance on the home before they lend you the money. For those living in a co-op or condominium, you might be required to have homeowners insurance by the tenants’ association. Regardless of whether you have a new, well-maintained home, homeowners insurance will help you when facing a situation that simply couldn’t be prevented.