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Home Insurance Agency


Your home says a lot about you and where you’re headed. It’s where life unfolds and memories are made. Perhaps you can’t imagine living anywhere else. But does your home coverage reflect what really matters to you?


I’m Martha Ivania Navarrete, and I work with individuals, families, and small businesses in San Francisco, CA. As your local Farmers agent, I can help you understand your options for insuring your home and everything in it.


If you’d like to learn more about protecting your home how you want, give me a call today at 415-329-7027


What Does Home Insurance Cover?


Dwelling

Dwelling coverage helps pays for damage to the structure itself caused by sudden, accidental events like fire, wind, lightning, falling objects and vandalism. This is the coverage most homeowners think of first when selecting insurance.


Contents

Contents coverage is just that — it covers what’s inside your home. I’m talking about everything from furniture and electronics to pots and pans. If these items are lost or destroyed by a covered event, your policy can help pay to replace them.


Liability

The third component of your home policy is liability coverage. It helps protect you from loss in case you’re financially responsible for injury to others or damage to their property. This coverage extends beyond your home and in fact follows you anywhere in the world.


Home Insurance Options


Farmers Smart Plan Home

Smart Plan Home policies can make it easier for you to protect your home exactly how you want.


You decide on one of three home insurance packages, and then make it your own with limits and options of your choosing:


Standard: Gives you affordable coverage with available protection for what matters most to you

Enhanced: Offers extended limits and replacement cost of your home’s contents and roof

Premier: Provides guaranteed home replacement cost and the highest limits on personal property