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My renter's insurance is about $180 per year.
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For automobiles, $500 is often the deductible for collision coverage, and $100 and $250 are usual deductibles for comprehensive coverage. Generally, collision coverage is more… expensive than comprehensive, and a lower deductible for comprehensive does not add that much to the cost of the premium. These amounts typically increase when the covered vehicle is a high-end automobile. People who can afford such automobiles can usually afford to pay a higher deductible. For homes (homeowners coverage), the amount can vary depending on where you live and the type of coverage(s) you have. In most areas, for fire and theft, a frequent deductible is $500 - $1000. Wind damage policies can be very expensive if you live in high-risk areas for hurricanes. Therefore, in order to make a policy affordable, deductibles of $1000 or more are common. In fact, some insurers require deductibles to be some percentage of the damage, sort of like a co-payment in health insurance. Deductibles are similar for flood insurance. If you live in a high-risk flood plain, deductibles in the $1000 or more range may be required to keep a policy affordable. Flood insurance is a little out of the norm, however, because it is not universally available in the private market, so sometimes a government program is the only option. In that event, the available deductible(s) are limited to what the government program provides. For health insurance, deductibles can range quite a bit depending on the type of plan. Deductibles ranging from $250 - $500 per individual, $500 - $1000 are common. Some catastrophic plans offer very affordable plans (in terms of monthly premiums), but have deductibles in the range of $1000 or more per individual and $2000 or more per family. When evaluating insurance plans of any sort, and the deductibles that attend them, it is important to make sure that you understand whether the deductible is calculated on a per year or per occurrence basis.
This would depend on the location of the apartment. Some studios in New York city are well above $2000/month. Some studios in Butte, Montanta on the other hand are $575/mo…nth or below. Checking online listings for your area will help you see what the range is for that place.
That depends on lots of factors. How big is your apartment? Is there anything that needs primer or wallpaper? Do you have texture on your ceiling? Will you be doing it yoursel…f or taking the much simpler route of hiring professionals?
900 to 1,000 dollars.
It really does depend on the management company/employer. For example, I work at a apartment community in Austin, TX as a Assistant Manager and I know the manager here m…akes a bit over 55,000 a year. Good money and no masters degree just a few apartment manager classes to get certified wich by the way are paid by employer.
It depends on many factors: your age, sex, occupation and health among others, and the amount of insurance that you want to buy.
It depends. I would say an average premium for a well insured bar that does $200,000 a year in sales and has $100,000 of property insurance, shoud expect to pay about $3,000 -… $5,000 a year. The premium will depend upon years in business, claims history, live entertainment or not, and other factors as well. There are a few key coverages for bars and taverns. Along w/ general liability & property insurance you need liquor liability and assault & battery coverage. General liability excludes bodily injury and property damage resulitng from the sale of alcohol. As well, general liability excludes expected or intended injury, which creates the need for assault & battery coverage. I.E. if your bouncer hurts somebody while throwing them out the bar. Your liability premiums, both general & liquor, will be based on your annual sales. Assault and Battery coverage is typically fixed and varies depending on the amount of coverage you desire. Your property rates will be determined by the amount you want to insure along w/ characteristics of your building, location, and some other factors as well.
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Renters insurance rates usually depend on several factors. Location of where the apartment/house is. Example: Do you live in the basement or bottom floor or upstairs? How much… is the estimated worth of the items in your home? The list can go on and on. But to help you find rates here are a few good places to get free quotes from. www.statefarm.com www.wellsfargo.com www.geico.com Also, you can contact your local insurance companies they can help give you quotes for your area etc. I recommend you this site where you can compare quotes from different companies: mycheapinsurance.net
Read your governing documents to determine the coverage that should be available to you from the association's master policy. Then, determine how much of your personal prope…rty you want to cover. Your personal coverage in a condominium is called an HO-6 policy, and may also include assessment protection in case of a disaster. Ask your board to help you work through the kind of individual policy you need, and to educate you about coverage actually contained in the master policy.
A lot more than you think at this moment.. How true with the current mortgage crisis and the Bank Bail outs... . Probably more of a question of "how long" does it take to bu…ild a new Appartment complex and not "how much" cause I'm guessing it's going to be awhile... (as of july2009) . Otherwise take your regular local Residential building cost (what it would normally cost you to build a house) per Square foot .... then figure how much square footage your going to have... My Appartment I'm living in Texas is an effecintcy maybe 500 to 800 sqft add in Appliances... stove... ice box... dishwasher... HVAC unit... water closet... tub shower... kitchen sink/disposal and bathroom lavatory... and that should get you a good starting figure... . keep in mind that Building something like an Appartment should afford you some "economy of scale".... . Off the top of my head I would figure here in Texas (out in the boonies... not in one of the metro area's like Houston ,Dallas, Austin, etc.... ) $75 per sqft gets you a decient quality residential house.... 500sqft times 75 equals..... $37,500 then multiply that by 100 units.... $37.5mill..... probably a bit less than that with scale figured in and that you would not always build 100 units and all the units would not all be effeincys... multi room appartments are oviously cheaper to build as you need fewer Appliances per sqft... -------------------------- Sorry but the math someone posted is wrong. $75 x 500 sqft = $37,500 x 100 units = $3,750,000 not 37.5 Mill
Answer No. Insurance only covers accidents and is usually pretty specific. They also do not cover re-roofing, painting, plumbing repair, replacing the furnace, re…carpeting and a whole lot of other home maintenance issues IF THEY ARE MAINTENANCE RELATED. If you have just purchased the home the realtor may be held responsible for failing to disclose existing problems but that's about the best relief that you could hope for.
The cost of motorcycle insurance in Florida will vary greatly. This is because the cost of your insurance is determined by age, driving record, make and model of vehicle a…nd even your gender. You can get a free quote from any insurance agency to get an idea.
Depends on region and locale. Monthly rental prices can vary from a couple hundred to thousands per month ... it would be difficult, at best, to average out all apartmen…ts.
If you rent an apartment, you don't need homeOWNERS insurance, but you you definitely need Renters Insurance, which is a form of homeowners insurance. Most renters' policies w…ill protect your personal belongings from perils such as theft and fire. It will also reimburse you the cost of additional living expenses if your apartment or rented home is damaged by a covered peril. A renters policy will also give you liability insurance; don't thnk for a minute that if someone falls in your apartment that only your landlord will be sued. If your dog bites someone, it will also protect you if you get sued.