What Are the Guidelines for Property Inspections?
If you practice good safety measures such as periodic property inspections, you may not need certain types of insurance, or you can have lower insurance rates. Also, ask your insurance agent what you can do to get a better rate. Sometimes, simple modifications may significantly lower your risk and improve your rates. Get help from people with experience in identifying and dealing with risk. A good resource is the safety inspector of your insurance company; your insurance agent can tell you who to contact. Another good way is to act quickly when your tenants identify security risks, no matter how small.
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