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There are many aspects to property insurance. If your organization owns real estate, you will want to insure the property. If it rents or leases its premises, you may want coverage for tenant’s improvements and betterments. These are fixtures, alterations, installations, or additions that you have put into the space that cannot legally be removed from the landlord’s premises.
Depending on the particulars of your activity, you may want to add other coverages, such as theft and burglary, employee dishonesty, or electronic data loss.
Commercial property policy provides coverage for real and personal property that is used in a business. An “all-risk,” worldwide policy covering business property. Protecting the insured’s real and business personal property must be a primary goal of any commercial insurance program. Regardless of the size of the business, tangible property usually represents a large portion of its total assets. As a result, it should always be reviewed and used for comparison when evaluating any commercial property coverage form.