Form No. 6 Condominium Unit Owner's Form (HO-6)
Definition - What does Form No. 6 Condominium Unit Owner's Form (HO-6) mean?
Form No. 6 (HO-6) is a type of homeowners insurance policy that provides coverage for the personal property of condominium unit owners or shareholders of a cooperative building. The coverage may include other items not covered by the condominium association’s insurance as well as liability coverage and medical payments coverage.
Insuranceopedia explains Form No. 6 Condominium Unit Owner's Form (HO-6)
Though similar to HO-3, it does not provide as much real property coverage as HO-6 is intended to work in conjunction with the master policy of the condominium owner. Aside from personal property, HO-6 generally provides coverage for the following:
- Improvements and alterations, such as built-in cabinets, appliances, interior dividers, or book shelves.
- Common areas, such as a portion of the hallway, sidewalk, or entrance.
- Real property exclusively belonging to the condominium unit owner, such as upgraded doors and locks.
- Structures off the premises, such as a garage or shed owned by the insured which are located in another part of the building.
- Condominium Insurance
- Form No. 1 Basic or Standard Homeowners Insurance (HO-1)
- Form No. 2 Broad Homeowners Insurance (HO-2)
- Mobile Home Insurance
- Vandalism and Malicious Mischief Insurance (VMM)
- Renter's Insurance
- Common Area insurance
- Additional Living Expense Insurance (ALE)
- Form No. 3 Special Homeowners Insurance (HO-3)
- Form No. 4 Contents Broad Form Homeowners Insurance (HO-4)
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