Failure to list/insure all your improvements on your policy. Many simply don’t include above ground utility infrastructure, signs, fences and smaller buildings.
Undervaluing your property. Too often, people insure things based on its tax value or what the prior owner valued it at. For most regular construction buildings, start at $70/ft.
I won’t insure y park owned homes because they aren’t worth a lot. A $10K loss might not be catastrophic, but if you lose 10 homes at $10K each in a single event, that’s too large of a loss to not seriously impair your long term investment.
Buying insurance from a non-specialty agent. They don’t have the knowledge or insurance company contacts to get you the right coverage or a good premium.
Not buying loss of Business Income and extended loss of business income coverage. Both are critical for park owners.
Paying for the insurance of every contractor that works for you. If they don’t have insurance, your insurance company will pay their claims. Make them prove coverage with an appropriate Certificate of Insurance.
Failure to include data breach and tenant discrimination coverage. These are large and growing loss drivers for park owners.
Calling an employee and independent contractor. What functions and how they perform them define who is an employee. A simple contract stating otherwise won’t do it.
Not buying Worker’s Comp when needed. Ands if you have employees you need workers compensation insurance. Employers are responsible for medical expenses and lost wages for up to life when employees are injured on the job.
When you sell mobile homes, not including this coverage on your policy. You need general liability insurance that covers the park, any home sales, and all associated operations.