Coverage for houses, condos, and renters
Your home is more than a foundation, walls, and roof. It’s where you find comfort at the end of a long day, where your family makes memories, and where you feel the most at ease.
At WebFirst Insurance, LLC, we understand how important your home is to you. That’s why our focus is to help you find the right homeowners insurance coverage at a price that works for your needs and budget. Let us give you peace of mind knowing your home is protected.Get a Quote Contact an Agent
What is homeowners insurance?
Homeowners insurance is a contract between you and your insurance company that protects you against financial loss in the event of an accident or disaster involving your home.
Homeowners insurance policies not only provide coverage for your home, but also liability protection, or legal protection, against lawsuits for bodily injury or property damage that you or your family members may cause to other people. This protection also pays for damage caused by your pets.
Condo and renters insurance
Condo and renter’s insurance typically covers your belongings, liability, and certain parts of the interior structure as defined by the by-laws or proprietary lease.
Types of homes we cover
Homeowners insurance add-ons
Homeowners insurance has many add-ons that can give you extra protection. A few of the homeowners insurance add-ons are: swimming pool coverage, equipment breakdown coverage, and water backup.
Additional living expenses
In the event of a disaster or accident displacing you from your home, homeowners insurance also covers your temporary relocation costs while repairs are underway. Additional living expenses covers hotel bills, restaurant meals, and other costs that are above your usual living expenses.
This coverage has limits; the limits can be both time and budget constrained. Once you go over the amount given or the time allotted in your additional living expenses coverage, your costs come out-of-pocket. However, this coverage is completely separate from the amount available to rebuild or repair your home; you are still covered to repair your home, up to the policy limit.
What happens when you get a quote?
You request a quote
You will be asked to provide the basic required information for a quote to one of our insurance agents. This information would be your name, address of the property to be insured, and any liabilities the property has (pets, wood stoves, swimming pool, etc). We will reach out directly for more information once you request a quote.
We will verify your needs for your insurance policy. This is so that we can provide you with the best insurance in Massachusetts that caters to your needs.
We write up a quote
Based on the information that you provide to our agents, we will write up a quote for you, and contact you with several differently priced options, to see what fits your budget. We work with many carriers, so finding you the right coverage at the most affordable price is the name of our game.
Signing the contract
If you like the terms and the price, the insurance agent sends over an application. The customer fills out the application, and sends in a down payment on the policy.
Get a quote
By representing different insurance companies WebFirst Insurance, LLC can shop for the most affordable insurance plan. Our exclusive Rating system can deliver a rate comparison in a matter of minutes. Selecting to cover both your auto insurance and homeowners insurance through WebFirst Insurance, LLC can deliver discounts of up to 20%. Our experienced agents will work with you to explain coverage options, and make sure you’re receiving the best homeowners insurance in Massachusetts for your money.
To get a quote, click the “Get A Quote” button below or call us at (800) 957-1455. Our agents are available Monday – Friday from 8:00 am – 4:30 pm.
Terms you should know
the amount of money you pay for your insurance policy
the out-of-pocket expense that you are required to pay before your insurer will cover your claim
the cost of your unit of insurance
a representative of your insurance company who investigates your insurance claim. After investigating the claim, they’ll work with you to determine the amount you’ll be paid
a temporary agreement declaring that the policy is in effect. Used to prove to your lender that you have homeowner’s insurance when it’s not possible to issue a policy immediately
decrease in the value of your home, due to wear and tear or becoming obsolete
a third party service that holds your money until the money is ready to be released
what your home would sell for in the current market
when a person doesn’t exercise reasonable care in a given situation
refers to property such as clothes, furniture, and other items you own that are not buildings
the amount of time for which a policy is written. For homeowner’s insurance, the term is typically 12 months