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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.

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Q: Do insurance companies pay the amount on a homeowners policy for older modular homes?
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