Rental Property Insurance Chicago

Rental Property Insurance for Landlords and Investors in Naperville, Chicago, and throughout the suburbs. Call for a free quote.

Property owners who rent out their property need insurance. It can go by many names; landlord insurance, building owner insurance, commercial building insurance, mixed-use building insurance, and more. Call Trunnell Insurance Services today to find the coverage you need.

If you have investment and/or rental properties, the proper insurance policy is crucial.  When a loss occurs property owners need to make sure they are fully covered even when the unthinkable happens.

Types of Properties Include

  • Commercial Property
  • Vacant Property & Land
  • Rental Home
  • Commercial Investment
  • Residential Investment

Landlords Insurance can also cover:

Damage caused by tenants, as well as from a fire, natural disaster, or another incident.

Damage caused to the attached structures.

Legal counsel and fees in the event of a related lawsuit

Loss of rents to make up for lost income if your property needs repaired through loss of use

There are many options available with these types of policies, it is best to speak with one of our team members to figure out the best coverage. Trunnell Insurance Services contracts with many companies specializing s in rental property insurance throughout Chicago.

Call 630-947-7980 to get started!

Landlord Insurance Chicago – Are you a landlord that needs insurance for your rental property. Give us a call for a free quotation.

Commercial Building Insurance Chicago – Own a commercial building and looking for better insurance options. We specialize in finding the best policies for commercial buildings.

Building Owner Insurance Chicago – Any building used for rental or commercial purposes needs insurance coverage. Give us a call to see if we can help.

Mixed-Use Building Insurance Chicago – Own a mixed-use building in the Chicago area or Suburbs? Our team has been dealing with commercial building insurance for almost 20 years.