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Condo and Home Owners in Mexico

If you own a condo or home in Mexico, or if you are planning to purchase one soon, you’ll want to make a careful consideration about obtaining insurance coverage. Most would agree that purchasing insurance is the smart thing to do, especially when it comes to protecting a hard earned Mexico real estate investment.

Are you choosing the right insurer?

Unfortunately, not all home owners insurance companies, or the policies they provide, are created exactly equal. When shopping for Mexico home owners insurance, it’s not only important to mull over the coverages that are included in the quoted policy, but also the reputation and reliability of the insurance company that’ll be providing those coverages. 

A Trusted Insurance Provider

BajaInsider.com proudly presents our readers with easy online access to reputable and dependable Mexico home owners insurance, offered through our affiliate partner, International Insurance Group, Inc. (IIG). IIG, also known as the “Mexico Insurance Professionals”, works with some of the best known and most reliable insurance carriers in Mexico, to create insurance programs that are purpose built, to serve the needs of Americans and Canadians, in Mexico. 

Owner Occupied or Rented Properties

Their program can help, whether you are looking to insure a single family home or a condominium/townhouse, in most parts of Mexico. You can purchase coverage for full-time owner occupied homes, as well as seasonal residences. Coverage is also available for both full-time rentals and short term vacation rentals. You can even get hurricane coverage for homes right on the beach. 

Bilingual Claims Service

When you purchase your Mexico home owners insurance coverage through the Mexpro, they automatically email you a copy of your policy, along with its claims instructions, written in English. All of their Mexico insurance programs are set up to ensure bilingual claims adjustment services are available. Plus, many of the agents, on the Mexpro.com team, are Bilingual.

Ease of Purchasing

You can select your coverage conveniently, and purchase your policy, in just a matter of minutes. You can get quotes, through their website, any time of day, and you can pay for your policy securely online, using a credit or debit card.

If you have any questions about insuring your home, condo, auto, motorcycle, recreational vehicle, travel trailer, or watercraft, in Mexico, please contact the Mexico Insurance Professionals. Please be sure to let them know you were referred by BajaInsider.com.

Click here for a quick, easy, no obligation Mexico home owners insurance quote!

Mexpro - Mexico Insurance Professionals

Location

Mexpro - Mexico Insurance Professionals
214 East Birch Avenue
86001 Flagstaff , Arizona
United States
Phone: 928-214-9750
Fax: 928-213-8476
Arizona US

Phone: 

Toll Free: +1-888-723-4617

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