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Home & Property

Helpful consumer information from our experts regarding homeowners insurance policies, claims, flood insurance and title insurance.

 
 


  • What We Do

    We regulate insurance agents, agencies, adjusters, and companies operating in Minnesota and enforce the laws and rules that govern the industry.

  • Annual Insurance Check-up

    Quick...don't look...what's the value of the contents of your home covered by insurance? Are you covered for floods? Time for your annual insurance check-up.

     

  • Disasters Happen. Are You Covered?

    You never know when you could suffer property damage or loss from a flood, tornado, wind, hailstorm, or fire.

  • Floods & Storms

    Insurance information specifically to address your concerns when disaster strikes your property.

     

  • Home Insurance Basics

    We can help you understand home insurance policies—what they typically cover and don’t cover, what affects their rates, and how they can be cancelled or non-renewed.

  • Home Inventory Tips & Tools

    Some tips about starting and maintaining a home inventory for insurance purposes. Also links to tools that will help you.

     

  • Insurance Catastrophic Contacts

    Storm Damage? We have compiled a list of contact information for some of the largest property casualty insurers in our state.

     

  • Public Adjusters

    Your property has suffered serious damage. Do you need to have a public adjuster helping you with your insurance claim?

     

  • Rebuilding After a Disaster

    Questions, answers and tips about insurance, mortgages and construction after a disaster hits your property.

  • Renters Insurance

    Renters insurance protects your personal property against damage or loss, and insures you in case someone is injured while on your property.

     

  • Title Insurance 101

    Most first-time home buyers have no idea what title insurance is, and the role it plays in real estate transactions. We can help.

  • The Claims Process

    If you have suffered a loss, here are questions you should ask and things you should know before you file a claim.

     

  • Vacation Property

    If you're planning a trip to a vacation home, timeshare, rental property, or home exchange this summer, keep in mind these properties might have specific insurance needs.