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Enjoy life in your condominium while Safeco worries about the unexpected. We’ll do our part. But you can still help out by being aware of ways to protect yourself and your property.

Do a Home Inventory 
Compare the value of your belongings to the coverage listed in your condo policy. Make sure you have enough insurance to replace your personal possessions if they're lost, stolen or damaged. If you ever need to make a claim, having a full inventory or your personal property will help the process go smoother.

Keep Your Home Inventory Online
We recommend using an online home inventory service like Know Your Stuff.

How to Detect and Prevent Water Damange in Your Home
Learn how to prevent leaks from turning into a major water damage problem.

CLUE Reports and Buying a Home
Five years of claims history in this report offers a valuable perspective on your biggest financial investment.

How to Prepare for a Tornado, Hurricane, Wildfire, Hail, Earthquake, and Winter Weather
When you live in an area prone to certain types of natural hazards, it’s important to be educated and prepared well before the worst happens.

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