It is becoming more and more common for many members of the same family to live under one roof. Children are living with their parents longer than they ever have before, or are coming back after leaving the nest. And the elderly are starting to live with their children or other members of their family, such as nieces and nephews. You likely know that your home insurance policies cover your personal property in the event of a fire or against theft. Here at Phil Klein Insurance Group, serving the greater West Bloomingfield, MI area, we have noticed that people are asking whether their extended family’s property is covered as well. Here is the answer to that question.
Every home insurance policy is different. As such, the wording from one policy may vary from that of another policy. However, as a general rule of thumb, if the people moving in with you are actually relatives and related to you, their property is typically covered under your home insurance policy. But, you will want to carefully review your policy and the wording to ensure their property is covered. You should never assume it is. If it is not covered, you may be able to add them to your policy or they may be able to purchase a renters policy to cover their belongings.
If you have extended family moving in with you, now is the perfect time to review your home insurance policy. If your policy no longer fits your needs, contact Phil Klein Insurance Group, serving the greater West Bloomingfield, MI area today. We can help you find the right policy for your needs.