The average homeowner is covered by six types of property insurance: homeowner’s insurance, commercial, renter’s, nonresidential, auto, and property tax.
According to the National Association of Home Builders, there are about 8.5 million home owners in the United States.
The most common types of insurance are homeowner’s, commercial and renter.
Homeowners’ policies usually have a coverage limit of $1 million.
Commercial policies have a maximum coverage limit for $5 million, while renter policies usually are $100,000 or less.
Nonresidential policies are $10 million to $15 million.
Property tax coverage is based on the assessed value of the home.
The maximum coverage limits vary by state and locality.
For example, in New York City, a $250,000 home is valued at $1.1 million, but in California, the value of a home is $1,842,000, according to the NADA.
Property insurance can also cover damage caused by fires, floods, or earthquakes.
Some insurance companies will even cover medical expenses related to a personal injury or accident.
But some insurers may not cover medical costs, such as if a person’s medical insurance is canceled.
Property insurers often include coverage for property damage caused to property or property damage that is caused by an act of God.
The National Association for Home Builder’s (NADA) National Insurance Institute (NII) estimates there are approximately 10 million commercial home owners who have coverage, but there is not a national standard for this.
Most insurers will provide limited liability coverage, which covers up to $1 billion in loss.
Most home insurance policies will not cover property damage from fire, theft or arson.
But that is only part of the story.
Insurance companies are also responsible for ensuring the property is maintained to the highest standards.
The NII’s Home Owner’s Policy Study found that only a third of homeowners who receive insurance have a property inspector perform inspections on their property.
The study found that most homeowners who do have a home inspector perform a minimum of 60 to 75 inspections a year.
That number may be higher for some homeowners who have a lot of problems with the structure, or if they have a dog.
The insurance companies do not inspect every home, but they will inspect them if they determine the home is in a dangerous condition.
In general, insurance companies are better at ensuring that the home meets the standards of its owner than the insurance company.
Insurance providers have a fiduciary responsibility to the insured.
In the case of a fire, for example, a homeowner could face losing their home and a lot more if the insurance provider does not inspect the property.
In addition, homeowners may not be able to use a homeowner’s policy if their home is damaged by fire, the NII study found.
Insurance policies also can provide some protection if the property owner is incapacitated, or is a disabled person, or cannot perform essential tasks.
However, insurance policy cannot cover the costs of a funeral, which can be costly.
The cost of funeral services are typically borne by the insured, which may make the insurance coverage more expensive.