Rental Property Insurance
When you manage a rental property, there’s always something to be done – you have to get your tenants what they need while considering your own bottom line. Finding the right kind of insurance can be a difficult task when you have so much to do, so you’ll want to rely on an expert for help.
Since 1986, Connie Phillips Insurance has been providing landlords with the means to protect themselves from risk. We’re in the business of giving you coverage you can depend on, and we’re ready to help you manage your insurance needs.
Landlords face many risks
Whether you’re a first-time landlord looking for coverage, or a seasoned owner managing multiple rental properties, our agency can help you protect you.
Details of each policy differ, but most provide coverage for:
- The actual building
- External structures on the property, such as garages and sheds
- Items that you own that are used by your tenants, such as appliances or furniture
We’ll help you analyze and decide upon additional coverages that can protect you as well, such as:
- Flood insurance
- General liability insurance
- Umbrella insurance
Keep in mind that rental property insurance won’t protect your tenants’ personal property. Your tenants will need their own policy to cover their belongings.
Connie Phillips Insurance has the advantage
Because we’re an independent insurance agency, we’re not tied to any one company. We’re able to choose from a wide variety of companies offering rental property insurance to find the policy that fits your needs.
We also believe in building long-lasting relationships with our clients. Our annual account reviews will ensure that your coverage remains right and your policy fits your ongoing needs.
If you’re a landlord in the Mid-Atlantic region who needs rental property insurance, call us at 888-439-0479 or visit our office. We’re located in Frederick, Maryland, but our agency is also licensed in Washington DC, Virginia, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. For a free, no-obligation quote, fill out our online form.