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1 Other structures: May require an endorsement or add-on, Covers other buildings on the property not attached to the main structure.
2 Other structures: Covers other buildings on the property not attached to the main structure.
3 Medical payments: Covers guests’ medical bills if they are injured on the property.
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Yes. All mortgage companies or lenders will require that you have a landlord insurance policy on the property, even if you previously had a homeowners policy on the property.
Sometimes it can be, but it all depends on the property. Insurance carriers typically price these policies a little higher because you’re not living in the home and would potentially catch issues before they turn into larger problems.