What is personal property coverage on a home insurance policy?
I'm trying to sort through the different types of home insurance coverage as I prepare to buy a house. What is personal property coverage?
Personal property coverage protects the contents of your home. This includes clothing, furniture, appliances, electronics, dishes, sporting goods, and toys. This form of coverage is commonly found in standard home insurance policies.
If you’re looking to acquire personal property coverage, check out this article: How Much Personal Property Coverage Do You Need?.
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