Yes, Geico is good for home insurance. Geico offers home insurance in all 50 states and Washington D.C. through a network of partners, including AIG, Liberty Mutual, National General, and Travelers. Geico offers standard homeowners insurance as well as condo/co-op insurance, renters insurance, mobile home insurance, landlord insurance, and flood insurance. These policies provide coverage for damage caused by fire, severe weather, theft, and other “perils,” as they’re called in the insurance industry.
Most mortgage lenders require proof of homeowners insurance. However, you may need more home insurance coverage from Geico if you live in an area where floods, earthquakes, or other natural disasters might occur.
Geico Home Insurance Coverage
- Damage to your home. This may include apartments, condos and manufactured homes as well as permanent structures on your property.
- Damage to personal belongings. This may include damage to furniture, clothing and electronics.
- Theft of jewelry. This includes stolen - not lost - jewelry worth roughly $500 $2,000.
- Personal liability exposure. This may include coverage for medical bills or legal fees in the event a visitor hurts themselves in your home or on a property you rent out.
- Additional costs you may incur due to a covered loss. This may include a temporary residence or rental car if your home is uninhabitable or your car is damaged due to a cause specified in your policy.
You can get a free homeowners insurance quote for your home, condo, or apartment online or by phone at 1 800 841 2964.
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