Don’t Skip the Vacant Home Insurance
Often times homeowners are caught unaware that when a home sits vacant for an extended period of time it can trigger a ”vacancy clause”. This means that your home is now excluded from certain insurance coverage. Many homeowner policies specifically state that if your home is your principle residence (the one you live in) it must be occupied. The reason is that vacant homes are more likely to be vandalized. Are you selling a home that is vacant? If so, check with your insurance professional to make sure you’re covered. For the top 10 ways to get the most money when selling your home, call or click Gary Nobile at www.GaryNobile.com or (408) 247-4029.