What does vacant home insurance cover?

Answered by

Ronald Johnson
Ronald JohnsonLicensed Agent

Posted on Jan 27, 2023

A vacant home insurance policy covers a property that is unoccupied for a certain length of time, typically 30 to 60 days. The policy provides coverage for the structure of the home, as well as any personal belongings that are left inside. It also offers protection against vandalism, theft, and fire.

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