Condo Insurance

Whether you’re purchasing a new condo or you’ve already moved in, setting up your condo insurance policy should be at the top of your list.


Why Do I Need Condo Insurance?

You may not think your condo needs to be insured because it belongs to a homeowners association (HOA), and that organization should already have enough money in its reserve funds to pay for major damages that occur at the complex. But the truth is that your HOA more than likely only covers a portion of your actual living space.

The common areas and landscaping at your complex are typically covered by an insurance policy provided by the HOA, but that coverage might not include any damage to your personal property, such as a car, your appliances, or the inside of your unit.

If you suffer from a fire, theft, or similar disasters, your possessions might not be protected. This might also include any decor or additions you’ve added to your condo since moving in.

We’re ready and waiting to help you make sure you’re protected against anything that happens, and we can help you get the most out of a new condo insurance policy. Click the link below and let’s discuss your choices.

Headquarters Location

(972) 359-9324
6401 Eldorado Pkwy Suite 218
McKinney, TX 75070

Tennessee Location

(629) 895-2986
40 Burton Hills Blvd STE 200
Nashville, TN 37215

The Woodlands Location

(281) 823-8262
9595 Six Pines Dr Bld 8, Level 2, Suite 8210
The Woodlands, TX 77830

Utah Location

(385) 301-2800
2150 South 1300 East Suite 500
Salt Lake City, UT 84106

College Station

(979) 216-3265
4040 Hwy 6 STE 200
College Station, TX 77845

New Mexico Location

(505) 501-8805
150 Washington Ave Suite 201
Santa Fe, NM 87501

Arizona Location

(480) 604-2828
2550 W Union Hills Drive Ste 350
Phoenix, AZ 85027

Idaho Location

(208) 370-3636
950 Bannock Street Suite 1100
Boise, ID 83702

Austin Location

(512) 387-8234
1 Chrisholm Trail Rd. Suite 450
Round Rock, TX 78681