There are many reasons why you may leave your home unoccupied, whether it’s a second home you use seasonally or you are in the midst of home renovations. You may not be aware of the insurance implications of a vacant home.
Leaving your home unoccupied isn’t as simple as just buying a homeowners insurance policy and hoping for the best. There are coverage nuances related to vacant homes that should be considered before you lock up and leave.
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Although your homeowners’ insurance offers financial protection against property damage or destruction, your policy includes coverage exclusions if your residence is unoccupied. If you plan to leave your residence vacant…