in

What Does Homeowners Insurance Typically Cover in Fire-Prone Areas? (www.redfin.com)

What Does Homeowners Insurance Typically Cover in Fire-Prone Areas?

When you buy a home, you’ll need to have home insurance to cover a variety of unexpected events that could do damage to your home. Typically, your homeowner’s insurance policy includes coverage for repairs in the event your home is damaged in a fire. But if your home is located in a high-risk location for fire damage like Colorado Springs, CO or Oklahoma City, OK, you may need to purchase a separate wildfire insurance policy.

To help you prepare for unforeseen wildfire damage and determine if you’ll need to purchase a separate wildfire insurance policy, here’s a breakdown of what repairs your homeowner’s insurance likely covers in fire-prone areas.

Subscribe to our Newsletter

The best content delivered directly to your inbox.

40 Throwback Decorating Trends From the '70s We'll Never Forget

40 Throwback Decorating Trends From the '70s We'll Never Forget (www.goodhousekeeping.com)

‘Black-ish’ Star Deon Cole Upgrades to $5.7 Million Encino Estate

‘Black-ish’ Star Deon Cole Upgrades to $5.7 Million Encino Estate (www.dirt.com)