Homeowners insurance

In our ongoing attempts to get the latest information on a wide variety of areas of interest to residents of residential airparks – or those wanting to become airpark residents – we’re now trying to update information on homeowners insurance. We’re developed a short questionnaire that seeks to find the names of companies writing homeowners […]

In our ongoing attempts to get the latest information on a wide variety of areas of interest to residents of residential airparks – or those wanting to become airpark residents – we’re now trying to update information on homeowners insurance.

We’re developed a short questionnaire that seeks to find the names of companies writing homeowners insurance for residential airpark homes. The form also asks the state in which your airpark home is located, the type home you have, whether your insurance rate has been adjusted recently and the number of homes on the airpark.

The information is strictly confidential and there’s no way any individual can be pinpointed from this survey.

Please click on the link (or paste the URL into your browser window) to get to the survey.

http://www.questionpro.com/akira/TakeSurvey?id=640992 (survey no longer active)

Thanks for your help and cooperation.

3 comments

  1. Rocco Genovese

    We built a 5000 s/f hanger home in 2004 with a 1900 s/f hanger using ICF (Cast in place concrete construction) with a interior hurricane room. Liberty American insured us for three months. Then the cancellation came with a check rebating 50% of our $2,600.00 premium. Their claim was that they did not have lines to cover a home with a aircraft inside of it. We fully disclosed this to the agent prior to the application. Our Option was to go into the Florida Pool for $6,000.00 or get our liability coverage on a Master Policy we have up North, back it up with my personal Umbrella declaration and set up a fund at a local Bank to “self-insure” for the catastrophic aspect (should it occur). We are putting $6,000.00 per year into a fund for this property.

  2. Most of the “normal” carriers exclude anything from your liability insurance that is “aviation-related”…I have diligently searched for a carrier (personally and for our Agency to represent), that is “aviator”and airpark-friendly…It would behoove everyone to ensure your policy is appropriate for your airpark home. If anyone has found such a carrier, please share the information…

  3. Tracey Collins

    Hoccheim Prairie is out insurance carrier http://www.hpfm.com/.

    However I had my 102nd rejection for financing today. We are simply leasing a hangar with pilot’s quarters that we wish to purchase. I am becoming very discouraged.

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