Get a Condo Insurance Quote Now
Find out fast using our simple online quoting tool. Refer to your current condominium unitowners insurance policy, especially for coverages and deductibles. Before you start, please review your condo association's bylaws to determine your insurance responsibilities as a condominium unit owner. You'll also want to review information from your association governing board outlining what you need to insure versus what the master association policy insures.
This Quote Process Does Not Apply If:
- The unit is owned by a corporation or formal partnership.
- You want to insure the entire building.
- You do not occupy the unit at any time during the year.
- You rent the unit to others 365 days per year.
Get a Condo Quote
A State Farm® condominium unitowners policy is for the customer who owns and occupies (at least part of the year) a dwelling unit in a structure owned and insured by a condominium association, a townhome association, a cooperative, a homeowner association, a planned community, or similar types of organizations.
The condominium unitowners insurance quotes generated by this program are not a contract, binder, or agreement to extend insurance coverage and are based on information you have supplied and basic assumptions in a few states about the applicable public fire protection class. To obtain coverage, you must submit an application to State Farm. All applications for coverage are subject to underwriting approval and subject to applicable provincial, and federal law. All policies may not be available in all provinces. For more information, contact a State Farm agent.
Buying State Farm Condo Insurance
Qualifying residents in most jurisdictions may have the option to purchase coverage online after obtaining an online condo insurance quote. A State Farm agent is available to help you complete the purchase process.