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Landlord Insurance

Your property is a big investment - even if you don't personally live in it. Main Street America Insurance has liability and loss of use policies in place to give you the peace of mind knowing that your property and potential livelihood are protected from the moment you hand over the keys.


Main Street America Insurance's landlord program is designed to give you peace of mind and assurance that no matter who holds the keys, your investment and potential livelihood are secure. It's simple to get the best value and coverage you need from a landlord policy, including liability, property, premises liability and/or medical payments coverages. Just talk to your independent insurance agent about coverage for the following:

One or two-family homes rented to others

Combined property and liability coverage

Other structures on property

Personal property in rental unit

Loss of Use

Extend Your Landlords Coverage

Main Street America Insurance provides property insurance protection that will give you the peace of mind knowing your assets are adequately protected. We offer a variety of additional coverages to extend your protection, such as:

  • Inflation Guard
  • Water Back-up
  • Additional Law or Ordinance coverage
  • Loss Assessment
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Extra Savings/Discounts

There are many options available to make your premiums even more affordable.

  • Multi-Policy
  • Varying deductible options
  • Protective device discounts
  • Central alarm
  • Sprinklers
  • Smoke alarm
  • Fire extinguisher

Get a Landlord Insurance Quote

Main Street America partners with independent insurance agents in your neighborhood to provide you with local knowledge. They can customize your landlords' coverage for your unique situation and find options that fit your budget and risk. Reach out to an agent today to receive a free quote.

We currently offer landlords' insurance in the following states: Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, Maine, Rhode Island, South Carolina, and Vermont.