Insurance amid Covid-19 – What you need to know!

What Insurance companies are doing to help you!

With all the craziness going on, we want to let you know what it is that is going on the insurance world and some of the things that insurance companies are doing for you.

  1. We are seeing a lot of flexibility with payments. If you face any hardship please call your insurance company to see what they will do for you. You might be supprised!
  2. Insurance companies are sending refunds on auto premium. The refunds from most companies are running at about 15%. For more information, check out this awesome link that is one of the best breakdowns I have seen!

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How Can I Save Money On My Rental Property Insurance?

Need to save some money on your rental property insurance? No problem, here are a couple of ideas to help you through the process. Need to make shoping easy? Visit us at https://www.gilainsurance.com/rental-property-insurance-quote/

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Loss of Rent and Covid-19

With the all the uncertainty in the market a lot of landlords are asking: Can the loss of rent coverage covered rent if my tenant doesn’t pay? It’s a great question given the fact that the governement is enforcing the shelter in place rules. Unfortunately I don’t believe so (although if you think you have a claim file it). I explain in this video.

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