Earlier this month, we dug into the details of condo contracts and discussed everything you need to know to make sense of that complex, somewhat unnerving topic. This week, we aim to top that article in terms of intimidation factor by digging into the one theme even more fraught with legalese, confusing jargon, and potential […]
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One of the big, fundamental advantages of being an Alberta condo owner is getting to embrace all the benefits of homeownership without having to commit yourself to many of the mundane, downright boring responsibilities that come along with it. Does the grass need cutting? There’s a guy coming on Tuesday for that. Does the sidewalk […]
Glutton for punishment then, are we? You made it through the first of our two-part article series on condo insurance and you figured you’d come back for more? Well, you’re in luck, because today, we’re going to be taking another step forward into the wide, exciting world of Alberta condo owner insurance to discuss the […]
Contents insurance exists to financially protect you if a repair or replacement is needed for your belongings. This is commonly relied on by homeowners or tenants when theft on the property occurs, or there is damage or loss to property due to a covered incident, such as a fire. What contents are covered by insurance? […]
Generally speaking, when we imagine situations that might require taking out an insurance policy, the particulars are usually quite thrilling: travelling to far-off lands, for example, or taking part in any number of death-defying activities like skiing or white-water rafting. Even driving a car fits the bill, given the speeds and risks involved
Condo insurance can be a daunting subject to get familiar with. Between master policies, individual plans, claims processes, deductibles, and everything else involved in understanding and securing coverage, plenty of folks decide to take what we fondly refer to as the “ostrich approach” and just bury their heads in the sand, preferring to simply
Condo living is typically advertised as “hassle-free living” or “you don’t have to worry about anything, just move in and enjoy life.” Then, because life happens, you need to make an insurance claim with your building,