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What is property insurance for a business?
Business property insurance covers your buildings, the contents within those buildings, and loss of income if you're out of business due to a claim. It can help protect your business in case of unexpected accidents or tragedies like fire, theft, wind damage, or even a building's collapse under the weight of snow.
What is the definition of business personal property?
Business personal property ( BPP ) refers to movable items owned by your business. It includes office supplies, furniture, computers, machinery – basically everything except for the building itself.
What type of insurance will provide personal property protection?
Property insurance can protect you against any damage to or any loss of costly personal property such as your home or your car. Different kinds of property insurance include auto insurance, homeowners insurance, renter's insurance, and flood insurance.
How do I calculate personal property coverage?
Personal property coverage is usually included under most homeowners, renters, and condo policies. The coverage is usually a percentage of your total homeowners' policy. The percentage can range from about 20-50% of your total coverage limits. For example, your homeowners home structure coverage is $500,000.