Florida Homeowners Insurance

As a homeowner in Florida, house insurance from The Marcus Group can help you protect your property and personal possessions.

Your home is your refuge. It is a place you can relax after work, and a place to visit with friends. It can serve as party central the day of the big game, and it is a place where your family can play and grow together. That is why Florida house insurance is an important insurance policy for every person to have. With a typical FL home insurance policy from The Marcus Group, you can cover the following aspects of your home:

  • Destruction and damage done to your home and other structures on your property. This also includes fences, sheds and garages.
  • Personal property coverage for items such as your furniture, appliances, and other items. Most Florida house insurance policies will cover property up to a certain dollar amount in case of destruction or theft.
  • FL home insurance may also cover your living expenses for a temporary change of address if your home is unlivable due to a disaster. This is often capped based on your home insurance coverage amount.

In addition to these types of coverages, home insurance policies often also include provisions to protect both liability issues and medical payments in the unfortunate event that you or a guest are injured on your property.

If you are interested in Florida house insurance, or would like help determining your home insurance needs, call The Marcus Group today!

Florida Secondary Home Insurance

A second home is a luxury you can’t afford to leave to chance. Don’t make the mistake of thinking all you need is your run-of-the-mill homeowners policy. A second home requires less attention, but more specific coverage – after all, you’re not going to be there very often. And if you intend to rent the home out during the off-season, you’re going to need extensive supplemental coverage.

At The Marcus Group we can customize an affordable secondary home insurance policy that addresses all your maintenance and liability concerns.