Rental dwelling ownership is a significant investment with unique risks. Wayne Insurance Group offers coverage options that are ideal for dwellings that house up to 8 families and are not owner-occupied. You can choose the coverage options that best fit your rental property.
We offer both package and à la carte policy options to provide the coverage you need, whether you own one rental property or many.
Coverage can be provided for the dwelling, contents you own and other structures on the premises. Coverage may also extend to materials and supplies on or near the dwelling, building equipment, outdoor equipment and loss of rents. Our policies can be tailored to protect against most causes of loss, including:
- Fire, lightning, explosion, windstorm and hail, aircraft, riot, vehicle damage, vandalism, explosion and smoke
- Falling objects
- Weight of ice, snow and sleet
- Freezing or water overflow
- Water damage (repairs to leaking system or appliance)
- Inflation protection
Optional Property Coverage
Optional property coverages can include replacement cost loss settlement, theft, earthquake and more.
Our policies can provide coverage for any bodily injuries or property damage you might cause to others, and can also include personal liability, medical payments to others and personal and advertising injury.
Available discounts can include:
- Multi-policy discount
- New construction discount (for dwellings built within the last 20 years)
- Central alarm discount
- Builder's risk discount (for homes under construction)
- ACV loss settlement for wind/hail losses to the roof
Consult your Wayne Insurance Group agent for more details on the property and liability coverage options that meet the unique needs of your rental dwelling.
The coverages described above are presented in general terms and are subject to the actual policy exclusions and conditions. For specific coverage details and policy exclusions, refer to the policy itself or contact your Wayne Insurance Group agent. If there is a conflict between this website and the policy, the policy provisions shall prevail.