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Answered 2009-11-10 23:33:42

The best I can say is "it depends..."

Read your policy and check to see if there are any exclusions that apply to renting the property vs. living in it as the homeowner. A policy specifically designed for rental property should include such hazards. If your policy excludes using it as a rental, then you may not be covered at all.

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