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massachusetts condo insurance through an esurance partner

The Bay State may enjoy mild summers, but the winter season marks its arrival with severe snowstorms, nor'easters, and even blizzards. But luckily, if your winter wonderland turns into a costly nightmare, condo insurance is there to help protect you from the worst.

And it doesn't end there. Condo insurance through Esurance also helps pay for repair or replacement costs if your valuables get damaged or stolen, medical bills if a guest is injured on your property, and covers you where your Homeowners (HOA) insurance doesn't. So get a free Massachusetts condo insurance quote and see how reliable condo insurance from our partner can give you financial protection and peace of mind.

why get condo coverage through esurance?

You might think that individual snowflakes are beautiful on their way down, but they can cause a lot of damage in one fell swoop. (Boston alone averages over 43 inches of snowfall every year.)

And if ice and snow come crashing through your roof after a storm, or someone steals your TV while you're out making snow angels, condo insurance helps pay to repair damages to the interior of your condo and replace your stolen belongings — 2 things your HOA insurance doesn't.

potential savings in massachusetts

Depending on your condo insurer, you could save a pretty penny on your premium — thanks to a variety of discounts. Here are a just a couple of scenarios that might score you savings:

  • If your Bay State condo is equipped with home safety features like a burglar alarm, deadbolt locks, or other features that better protect your unit
  • If your condo was built within a certain time frame

condo costs vs. house costs in MA

Condos in Massachusetts are a more popular choice than ever before, with median-priced condos costing just $20,000 less than median-priced houses in May of 2014. With considerably less upkeep required than a house, you might consider a condo if you want full ownership of your space without dealing with wear-and-tear to its exterior — that's where your HOA comes in.

While you're responsible for your individual unit and everything in it, your HOA is responsible for the building and the rest of the property … meaning they're also responsible for clearing icy walkways and raking away leaves on a shared deck.

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