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Insurance Question from Vista, CA
Asked on 02/08/2012
Looking for ins co for manufactured home. Have manufactured home sitting on permanent foundation. Have quotes from Foremost and Amer Modern which vary widely. Looking for a third or fourth to compare.Our current company will not insure this type home.
Answer given on February 09, 2012
The best way to find another insurance company that will insure your manufactured home is to check with independent agents or brokers in your area. They can shop your quote between many carriers to get you the best price quote for your manufactured home. You can also check with your Department of Insurance for California. They can let you know who is licensed in your state to insure manufactured homes. You can also try our quote center to get a comparison quote for your manufactured home. Click here to get a quote.
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