They would pay up to the limit of your insurance coverage, but if its an older modular home its value may not reach your limits. They would basically pay to replace it with another modular home or with something similar. LKQ - Like kind and quality.
Insured Property ValuationIn the united States there are two valuations that can be used to purchase your homeowners insurance coverage. ACV (Actual Cash Value) or RC (Replacement Value). If you are wanting to insure just the amount you we on a finance or mortgage note, That would be called mortgage insurance, not homeowners insurance..
homeowners insurance or renters insurance
No, That's what your Major Medical or Health Insurance policy is for. Homeowners Insurance is "Property Insurance". The very, very small amount of medical coverage offered on most home insurance policies is for accidental injuries to others while on your property.
You will be required to carry insurance to protect any collateral for a loan, no matter how much the amount of the loan.
Yes, but it varies by the state and insurance companies can extend the amount of time to pay claim, such as if they need to investigate fraud.
Your homeowners insurance in the United States must by law cover the value of the home being insured with no more than a 20% deviation. This may be more or less than the amount of your loan. No insurer will knowingly sell you a home insurance policy below the home value as such an insurance contract would be invalid. Homeowners insurance is for the home, not for the loan. You can purchase your homeowners insurance based on actual cash value of the home or on the replacement cost of the home. If you only want to insure a mortgage loan amount, that's what mortgage insurance is for.
Yes. This occurs when a review of your home shows it to be under insured. If your house is insured for 200,000 when it would actually cost 300,000 to replace then it is a problem as most insurance companies guarantee to cover up to the replacement cost.
Any damage to the association building can be collected through the tenants of the association. The tenants insurance will pay a limited amount for the repairs.
That depends on how big of problems you want to be protected against. Ask your insurance agent--they will usually recommend a typical amount based on your area and home.
yes but recovery is limited to a specific dollar amount depending on where they are stored at the time of loss.
There actually is no legal requirement that says you must have homeowner's insurance. However, most mortgage companies will require you to have a policy that at a minimum covers the remaining amount of the mortgage. This will depend on the regulations of each individual insurance company. Some specialize in low value dwelling policies. Others have rather high minimum coverage amounts. Be carefull and read the terms of the policy. Most all homeowners policies have penalties if you do not insure it for a certain percentage of either actual cash value or replacement cost depending on the policy.
Some common rating factors which will differentiate homeowners and the amount they pay for their insurance are:Claims History Companies will look at the total number of claims and the type to determine if they will even offer coverage at all. If coverage is offered and there are a lot of claims, there will probably be a surcharge base on the number and types of lossesTheft being their most hated type of claim as it is often times the most fraudulent.Some States allow credit checking - the argument being that somebody who takes care of their financial well-being is more likely to take care of the other areas of their life, as well (I'm not saying I agree, but that is the argument).Whether or not you have multiple types of policies for multi-line discounts (i.e. auto insurance & life insurance from the same company you have your home insurance with).Hope this helps!