California Condo Owners Insurance
Providing Great Rates on California Condo Insurance for Over 10 YearsAIS has been offering quality condo owners insurance for 10 years. AIS shops multiple condo owners insurance carriers to find you the best combination of price and coverage for your needs.
As a California condo owner, it is important to protect your dwelling, personal property, and yourself against fire, theft, liability and natural disaster. AIS can help you find the right condo owners insurance policy for you.
What Condo Owners Insurance ProtectsEven though your association fees may pay for insurance that covers the structure you live in, it probably does not cover your personal belongings and any improvements you have made to your unit. Condo owners insurance covers fixtures, appliances, remodeling, personal items, and interior walls.
AIS can help you save even more money by packaging your auto and condo owners policies with one carrier!
After you complete our online quote process, you will receive an AIS Instant Quote® on the coverage you requested! This quote will include not one, but many condo owners insurance carriers' rates. If you wish to speak to a representative about any questions you have, or wish to purchase your home owners policy, click "Please Contact Me" at the end of the quote process.
Frequently Asked Questions
This coverage provides protection for the contents of your home and other personal belongings owned by you and other family members who live with you.
Sometimes companies offer discounts for burglar alarms and fire protection devices such as smoke detectors, alarms, and sprinklers. You may also receive a discount if you have another policy with the same carrier. Ask one of our representatives about all the discounts available.
Yes, jewelry is usually covered on a Homeowners policy, but is subject to the carrier's underlying limit. If additional coverage is needed beyond this amount, most carriers will allow you to schedule the item for an additional premium, based on the appraisal value.
Accidental breakage is not a covered peril.
When you move into a condo, you may think that there’s no need to shop for condo owners insurance
Winter is here, and many families are cranking up the thermostats to keep warm indoors
If you own a condominium, your insurance needs will be different from someone who owns a house