How much can I expect to pay for vacant home insurance?
I spend long periods of time away from home because of my job, so I'm looking into getting vacant home insurance. How much will it cost me?
How much you’ll pay for vacant home insurance depends on where the house is located, as well as many other factors regarding your home’s size, age, materials, etc. You can expect vacant home insurance to be more expensive than your traditional homeowners policy because there’s a higher risk of vandalism, and there will likely be no one around to keep an eye on things like potential water leaks. To get an accurate quote, contact your insurance agent.
To learn more about vacant home insurance, check out this article: How to Get Vacant Home Insurance.
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