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Your condo is one of the most important investments you'll ever make. To help protect it, you need the right kind of condo insurance. Our claims network is one of the largest in the world, and it's accessible 24/7, online or by phone. And we offer a host of discounts* for everything from multiple-line policies to everyday safety items. With State Farm® condo owners insurance, you can help protect your condo if disaster strikes.

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Basics of Condo Insurance

Why You Need Condo Insurance

Condo insurance is required to insure your personal property and any parts of your unit that aren't covered by your condo association's insurance policy. Your association could have one of three policies: a policy that insures only the primary building and common areas; a policy that insures your building and any items in your unit other than personal property; a policy that insures the building, your unit, and any fixtures or improvements you make to your unit.

By getting the right condo owners insurance policy, you'll have more peace of mind knowing that you'll be protected if a loss occurs.

The State Farm Advantage

Know the Value of Your Belongings

Have you ever added up the value of all your property — computers, electronics, jewelry, clothes, furniture, maybe even something particularly valuable like an engagement ring, art collection or musical instrument? You're probably looking at thousands of dollars. Could you afford to replace it all if it were stolen or damaged in a fire? A State Farm renters insurance policy covers your property at home or on the go.

Estimate the value of your personal property. Once you've figured out what your property is worth, you'll know how much condo insurance coverage you need.

Disclosures

Details of coverage or limits vary in some provinces.

This content is only a general description of coverages and is not a statement of contract. All coverages are subject to the terms, provisions, exclusions and conditions in the policy itself and any endorsements.